Monthly Archives: April 2016

I got fired from my job yesterday. In my subjective opinion, what I did – or failed to do – was low on the list of fire-able offenses. But guess what? My name isn’t on the side of the building, and my opinion on what qualifies as a fire-able offense is irrelevant. Even more so as I write this.

Opening Your Parachute

This week, I “celebrate” the 15 year anniversary of a car accident that nearly claimed my life. I’ve reposted this story on the anniversary of the accident, and made some improvements along the way, each of the past 10 years. Each time, it’s a fresh reminder of my “miracle.” Now in 2018, and for the first time since it’s happened, I can say that the incident feels like a lifetime ago. In fact, close to half of my […]

15 Years Later: April 4, 2003