Three Simple Warnings

PROMPT #24 (NOV 26): Fortune cookies are a dime a dozen, but sometimes they are exactly what we need to hear. And every once in a while they come from a friend, shared as a piece of advice and spoken so eloquently that you remember it for years to come. What’s once piece of advice […]

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A Monumental Day in History

On March 2nd, 2009 I started my first blog. It was completely private. I wrote very short two minute posts. I still have it locked away. Tonight, I decided to go back and take a look at what was in there, seeking fodder for today’s post. I only found about 10 posts. One was a […]

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Two Big Burns

When I was Melody’s age, my mom and I lived in Santa Fe New Mexico. Santa Fe was a pretty cool place. There were lots of artists and hippies like there were on Maui. I went to a Montessori school where I learned to write my name and they had a room for kid timeouts […]

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HTML was My Fallback

I went to NYU to be in advertising. Even though there was no Mad Men then, I pictured myself storyboarding my way through college and walking out with killer reel to kick start my career on Madison Avenue – only a few blocks away. NYU’s course catalog supported these assumptions with descriptions of classes where […]

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Throwback Thursday

This photo is of Adam Goldberg and I playing with Christmas lights. We did a whole photo shoot with them. Adam, if you are reading this and want the rest of them, just let me know. There are some great ones of you. My first memory of Adam was sitting across from me at 3 […]

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