Until you get stopped in your car on your way home, at the whim of a frightened, over zealous “awful sir” with the power of death in his trigger finger, you may not understand our plight.Read More Born Too Brown
I purchased my first pair of Nike shoes while a college freshman in the mid 80’s. They were pink leather with a rounded toe and the logo was a perforated swoosh. I was never a huge fan of pink but for some reason my 18 year old mind thought they looked cool. I was majoring […]Read More My 2 cents on Nike
First impressions are just that, your first impression of someone or something. It is basically impossible to not have a first impression but what is important is to not always hold on to that impression. I met Jim Benson in a continuing eduction class at our local technical college. Jim is a big guy but […]Read More Beauty through the Lens of Jim Benson
Grateful to be alive and doing fairly well, I find myself thinking about my mark on the world.Read More Another Year of Life…Now What?
Those choosing to run for office these days are fueled by a U.S. President you met the minimum requirements for the office and that is just about all. Never served in an elected role at a local, state, or federal level nor in the military.Read More Life, Liberty and Running for Office
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! I ask is there anything better than that perfect pair of new shoes? Okay maybe there is but I love a good pair of shoes.Read More Shoes!
When I was around 7 years old, I recall asking my mom, “why do we always have some rice or potatoes, a green vegetable, and meat?” She responded, “because that makes up a balanced meal.” It is a lesson that I still carry with me today. When I cook or eat out I make sure […]Read More Lessons from My Mom