It’s funny how new ideas aren’t so new. They are the product of time, energy, and seemingly unrelated events. This is how my new writing project, Two Minute Stories, came to be. To sum up, I write and recite short tales of fiction in less than two minutes. How did I get here? It all started […]
The world lost Arnold Palmer this week… but the world won Arnold Palmer for 87 years and counting. Golf is in my blood; golf is family. And as of yesterday, we no longer get to hear the most important member of golf’s family. I never met my grandfathers (or Arnold, not surprisingly) so when an older gentleman like Arnold […]
I’m a designer. That means I have strong views on how something can be communicated effectively. It does not mean that I have an “aesthetic” that applies to all of my work. Can you imagine your doctor applying the same solution to your broken finger as another patient’s critical heart condition? That doctor most likely has a strong view on patient care, but treats individual medical challenges in vastly different ways.
Having converted to a public transportation commuter in September, I’ve had the immense pleasure of reading a lot more than I typically would. Since Labor Day, I’ve read 11 novels, 9 non-fiction books, and 18 graphic novels. Here are my top recommendations: The Giver by Lois Lowry Seemingly everyone except me read this in high […]
“Hey Dad… you wanna have a catch?” The penultimate line in “Field of Dreams” makes grown men weep – and that’s exactly what I did when I recently watched the movie for the first time since I became a father. The father/son storyline reminds me of my own father, a man I love. I’ve often […]