I had a deal with my parents. If I used the potty regularly I would get to sleep in the big boy bed. I have made enough… Read more “At 3:30 in the morning in a big boy bed”
I have a big gig coming up this week. I am traveling back East to play six days in Rhode Island. It’s a pretty easy crowd, because… Read more “Warming Up My Act”
This is a dream I had recently. I was attending a talk by Seth Godin, a respected author and an influential thinker. Unfortunately, the talk wasn’t that… Read more “Don’t Scream Monkey Water in a Crowded Theater”
I didn’t run the marathon this year in LA, but that was only because I didn’t train for it. I trained for other things instead.
As a parent, you are always telling your kid what to do and you hope that your most positive voice gets inside their head.
Creative life starts with dirt. You take your dirty laundry, metaphorically, and metaphorically put it out there for everyone to see. Nothing worthwhile that is creative is… Read more “On the Importance of Dirt”
I work hard to stay relevant. When I go to a park, I seize the moment by creating sculpture using a traffic cone, eucalyptus leaves, branches and bark.… Read more “I Work Hard to Stay Relevant”
What makes a toddler so particular about everything? In this blog written by a 2 and a half year old, the truth is revealed.
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So, in honour of all of the end of year lists out there, I thought I’d quickly share what…
We say ‘one more minute’ a hell of a lot around here. One more minute, and we will be leaving the playground. One more minute and we… Read more “One more minute”