Tag Archives: Personal

Father’s Day (Redux)

Hello, old friends! Long time, no write. Since it’s Father’s Day (and I’ve been incredibly delinquent in updating this site in recent months), I’m taking this opportunity to share a storytelling podcast I recorded last year.  The topic is my … Continue reading

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Untitled Online Dating Podcast

Online dating is the worst, right? Well, maybe not the worst, but it’s not all rainbows and lollipops, either. Except maybe grindr.  Or so I’ve heard. Anyway, this week, I present a podcast that’s an adapted and updated version of an … Continue reading

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New York Game Show Disaster 2005

Storytelling podcast number three delves into an embarrassing (and public) moment from my own past. I view it differently today than I did then.  But, that’s pretty much how life works, isn’t it? It’s no Father’s Day tribute or story … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

Let’s try something a little different, shall we? I thought I would take some time to honor my dad by telling the story of my favorite Father’s Day memory. Instead of writing my usual 2,000-word treatise, I took a different … Continue reading

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Untitled Online Dating Article

I say every year around birthday time that I permit myself one post that actually relates to some aspect of my life.  This is a break from my usual, ironclad rule.  I think it’s incontrovertible fact that everyday people blogging … Continue reading

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The Orchestra

Metaphors are my stock-in-trade. On this particular day, I conceptualize life—or, more specifically, our society—as a symphony orchestra. People have varying degrees of investment and involvement with society, what some might call “success.”  Spouses, children, careers, prestige.  Let’s dub these … Continue reading

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