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”
As a parent, you are always telling your kid what to do and you hope that your most positive voice gets inside their head.
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.
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”
When walking home on our quiet streets, everything merits further study. Every blade of grass is worth picking, every plant identified, every post-rain mushroom examined. The child’s dialogue goes… Read more “When walking home, everything merits further study”
There is something really satisfying about flushing a toilet over and over, especially when there is somebody in authority standing close by, telling you not to do… Read more “The Satisfaction of No”
I needed to complain to my wife. I walked into the bathroom as she was getting ready for the morning. ‘This is all just so stressful,’ I said… Read more “Synchronicity and Whiskey”
Editor’s note: I’ve become a bit inhibited about writing this blog; it’s become formalized and overly structured and I have become too aware of the (large) number… Read more “Pajama Top Decisions”
I have a new skill. It’s called ‘identifying things.’ I sit in the back seat, snugly buckled into my car seat, holding on to Augie Dogie, and… Read more “Sitting in the Back Seat Calling Things Out”