There’s a cute image of Kermit the Frog floating around the internet. He’s laying on his back shouting, “I’m not turning my clock back on Sunday. The last thing we need is an extra hour of 2020!!!” I agree with you Kermit. I refuse to give this year one more freaking hour. Of all days, … Continue reading I Agree with Kermit
We are days away from the November 3rd, 2020 Presidential election. One thing is certain, come November 4th, given the polarized state of the political atmosphere, it will be a day of hooray for some and dismay for others. Equal shouts of celebratory cheers and mournful jeers will no doubt fill the air. One can … Continue reading The Elephant, The Donkey or The Lamb?
I had a boss one time who nicknamed me The Renaissance Man. No sooner had I inhaled his verbal, ego-boosting dose of adrenaline did he teasingly add, “That’s because I never knew anyone from Georgia Tech who could write a sentence, much less a paragraph.” Ouch. To him, I was a walking, talking, writing … Continue reading Embracing the Great Paradox
As a ten-year-old boy, being told that I threw a ball like a girl was the ultimate insult. Adolescents can be cruel with their verbal barbs. For a young pubescent male, doing anything “like a girl” was akin to being called a sissy. But today, a phrase like “Fight Like A Girl” carries a new … Continue reading Fight Like A Girl
With Halloween just two weeks away, I am beginning to get the urge to shout “BOO” to 2020 in hopes it will go away. This year feels like a daily reliving of Groundhogs Day and Halloween as we wear a mask EVERY day. Come to think of it, 2020 feels like one of those haunted … Continue reading A Ticket of Grace