Names On A Napkin

The geriatrics section of the behavioral health floor was tucked back into a small right-hand corner of the sprawling structure. Some rooms were closed, just offering those little vertical glass window strips like you see in the movies. Other doors were open and it took all I had not to automatically turn my head to peer in. In single file behind the nurse, we walked these halls for days within a span of three minutes.

Keeping Momentum. And Keeping Momentum. And….

Humans are capable of amazing things. The more I learn, the more I know limits are bullshit. I’m taking a time out to give a shout out to some amazing leaders, teachers and coaches.

November. Already.

Hi all, had to delete my last blog post. Too many people thought I was talking about them.  Didn’t see that coming. In the first week of NaNoWriMo and going strong. If you have never heard of it, you basically write a novel in 30 days. It averages to about 1500 words a day. This…

Disco Through The Deadlines

The stale cloud that hangs over the heads of any creative professional is always made worse in a deadline-rich environment, and lets face it – whose creative environment (that creates income) is without the stress of deadlines?!

The Celestial Short Straw

But see, here’s the thing (she says while hundreds of sets of eyes roll so hard across the planet that our orbit around the sun may have shifted) I have this idea….

Ice Cream, Santa and the End of the World

I agreed that his dad must have been a total dirtbag, and told myself that this particular dirtbag-ery was an isolated case. Thanks to Playground Mom, I’m realizing it isn’t.