Archive for September 2013

Overheard On The Southside: Fall Failure

“If only he would start paying for me to get my hair done, I could stay in school.” Akira, Hyde Park. “How much time are we going to spend here so I know when to kill myself?”  Walmart, Bedford Park “Mayweather is going to beat Canelo like a piñata, only difference is there’s no candy.” ... Read more »

When Your All Isn't Enough: Know When To Throw In The Towel

Life has a way of killing you without you even knowing you’re dying. It sounds quite harsh but if you really analyze what that means, then you’ll uncover that the statement does hold some truth. We all have things in our lives that we wish were different, better, or just plain removed from our life... Read more »

Mexico Through The Eyes of a Southsider

This home in the center of town was built in San Diego de Alejandria, Jalisco over 150 years ago.  This was near the site of where a woman was found bricked into the wall after more than 70 years.
Last month, I was lucky enough to spend 3 weeks in Mexico. I visited the Mexican states of Jalisco and Guanajuato. I had been to Mexico many times before, however, I never had the opportunity to see so many interesting things until I stepped outside of my comfort zone. You know, the “comfortable” destinations of... Read more »