Review: Warheart

Warheart by Terry Goodkind My rating: 4 of 5 stars 3.5…4…3.75..3.25..3??…bah.. Ratings are hard m’kay. This is the capstone to a 22-year-old series. I started this series when I was 18. I’m 40 now. Yea… That’s weird. I’ve grown metric tons in my thoughts, beliefs, reading, and everyday life in those years. So I am […]

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The Renaissance of 40

It’s my Nameday. Cakeday. Birthday, and I turned 40. What does that mean in today’sĀ age? I’ve often repeated the story leading up to this day that it’s not the same as it used to be. When I was growing up this was ‘Over the Hill’, a day for black roses, the bemoaning of the slippery […]

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Remember when I met Ronald Reagan?

It was May of 1985 at The Old Post Office Pavilion. Who knew we would run into Ronald Reagan.

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The Disparity Between the Creative and Civics

Last night I was able to have some wonderful conversations with local creatives, activists, leaders, friends of our regions Slow Food movement and Richard McCarthy the President of Slow Food USA. In the past few years I’m not able to get out as much due to my own businesses responsibilities so I really treasure moments […]

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The Business

The business of doing business is not the business you want to be doing.
Andy Ciordia
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Children are in a State of Zen

Logan is rounding 20 months, almost 2 years old. Watching him grow has been an amazing pleasure as every day is awe inspiring to him. I’ve always loved psychology and seeing his mind develop from blinks, notions, thoughts, actions, and more is just a daily revelation to who we are. Present in the Now As […]

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Hard Working 2012

It’s been an amazing few years and I’d like to pick up my threads I’ve left quiet for a while. I have a lot to write on but many times it gets lost in the noise of work and home responsibilities. Distilling 2012 was on my list though and I’d like to remember the finer […]

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