Gotcha: The Trouble with the Internet

This morning I received my regular newsletter from DezinsInteractive, a local advertising agency who specializes in Social Media Management among other things. I clicked on a link on how to expand my organic reach on Facebook. Facebook has changed so much since 2007 when I joined. It’s settings now are designed as such that your […]

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The Art of Being Single: Technology

The other day I was in the darkest part of processing some sadness. I was in tears, feeling fear, grief and pain. A text came across my iPhone. It was a picture of my Dad, toasting me with a cigar in his mouth and the caption read, “luv u”. My parents don’t text. Hell, they […]

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Insomnia–ugh….

Insomnia is much better than it used to be. In the olden days (yes, I was around then and had insomnia) all I could do was watch infomercials about George Foreman grills and old movies on HBO that had been on 5000 times. I think I saw Arthur so many times, I could recite every […]

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Creating a Lifelong Web

The bird a nest, the spider a web, man friendship.            ~~ William Blake Friendships are formed in the most unlikely places and in the most unlikely events. You never know when or where you are going to meet your next friend. I saw two friends this weekend in Houston that are the most unlikely of […]

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The Gift

I was a blackout drinker. I gave up alcohol in my mid-20s because I was smart enough to realize that my drinking was not normal. But, I had my fill before then. I really can’t recall drinking being fun for me. And, the reality is that I can’t recall most of it. The times I […]

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