Archive for February 2014

#donnaday Join me.

#donnaday  Join me.
What is every parent’s worst notion? You know. Sick kid. Cancer kid. Dying kid. What a sacred duty to travel life with an ill child, making choices for them, preserving  your sanity and strength so you can export them to your little one. What can we do to help? Listen. There are story tellers with... Read more »

Touch and Go

Touch and Go
In his crazy-eights youth, Steve would toss off his marital status as “separated- Janet’s in the suburbs, and I am in Chicago.”  Ha Ha. Fast forward 30 odd years, and that joke becomes our truth. Except that he is in Pompano Beach, and I am in Chicago. With strategic blending. This is a blending week,... Read more »

Who do you go to bed with?

Who do you go to bed with?
Last night Jimmy Fallon kicked off his new job in friendly fashion. The Tonight Show, starring Jimmy Fallon is  launched now by a Spike Lee clip, which looks like every clip, USA, but bears a better pedigree.  Still, it is a hug from NYC, the center of all things media. There was much to smile... Read more »
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Some beauty in the world...

Sweet, talented and beautiful Ellen Page agreed to do a keynote speech for professionals who serve and support the LGBT community. And then she gave them the gift of gratitude and fulfillment.  What a girl, what a speech. I hope I live long enough that “I’m gay” isn’t the catalyst for a standing ovation any... Read more »

Random Observations on a Cruel Winter, Pt 1

Random Observations on a Cruel Winter, Pt 1
I’m tired of winter. You are, too. I am WAY more fortunate than most because I don’t drive to work, park overnight on the street, or work in the elements.  My dogs scamper to their dog run, so I do not even have to walk them. I like to snow blow: I never complain about... Read more »

The Lost Art of Civility

The Lost Art of Civility
I am world weary from the last few days. Or maybe tweetweary, to cobble a phrase. It’s time to push back from my  social media world. NOW. I’m not a broad explorer, limiting my internet curiosity to news aggregators, Twitter and Facebook. I should be reading with chapters. Events like the Super Bowl (can we use... Read more »
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