I am not referring to the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ song Other Side. Nope, I am talking about dying.
We all have music that brings us back to points of our lives. I’d like to share one of mine, which is both painful and soothing. Continue reading “Musical interlude”
Or a Caucasian, as something from the Caucasus. Continue reading “White Russian”
The craze in recent years has been to put things into “doodles”, creative cartoonish drawings that supposedly support a lecture or presentation. It’s a very fickle thing though, because if the doodles get shared without the context, chaos can ensue, as I discovered at work. But, there are always positives! Continue reading “Logical doodles”
I had just left mass at all Saints, turned on Elliott in the Morning, and I was driving to work at Hechts in Tysons Corner. Elliott was trying to figure out what idiot had hit the Giant Building in New York. People were calling in and they didn’t know exactly what happened, so there was the usual laughter.
Then the second plane hit. Continue reading “9/11/01”
My brother Glenn, the Tisroc, mhlf, (bonus points if you get the reference, Reader-land!) came to visit with three of his beautiful daughters for a week! I only get to see him once a year, but it is what he did for me that spurs this post. Continue reading “Sentimental post”
I’ve made no secret that my favorite F1 team is Williams Grand Prix Engineering, led by Sir Frank Williams and his daughter Claire. But I want to dive into why I like them, especially when I could put a sweet Ferrari sticker on Lively and everyone would recognize it. It’s their focus on the mission. Continue reading “When determination is mission focused”