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What's your story?

This week, after a lovely lunch date with my wife Leah, I decided to explore the National Portrait Gallery in D.C.  Here is a collection of some of my favorites portraitures.   38 more words



A friend recently asked for assistance in preparing a grant application for a local non-profit organization, which seemed like a good reason to once again review my experience last spring with the 12-session series titled, Before You Ask (BYA). 492 more words

Identity: Journalism - Storyreporting vs. Storycreating

After all these years I finally understood why I enjoyed writing, but loathed journalism. It’s because I had more of a desire to create an original story than to retell one. 143 more words


Cute As A Button

Cute as a button
Where did this phrase come
I’d imagine the woman drop one
And the man picked it up followed her from
A diner perhaps – where he saw her… 41 more words


On Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs were at the forefront of most of my childhood, alongside storytelling. Not entirely sure why that is though. And I’m not sure if I’ll ever completely know. 1,049 more words


Why didn't I get the job...

The Interview
Throughout the last two years I have been working on my bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, taking monthly career enhancement classes through my work, and diligently pursuing a management position within the company I work for. 1,428 more words

"believe it or not" by Sasha at the kitchen table in Horseshoe Bay

Tuesday May 19, 2015
5 minutes
A Ripley’s bus ad

A machine beeps. It attaches to your arm. You’re sleeping, snoring softly. One hand rests on your belly. 79 more words