Stories Told. Lives Changed.
These days Santa Claus is a curious subject in our house. I’m pretty sure my 10 year old daughter doesn’t believe. However her belief, or lack there of, has yet to be confirmed. My 8 year old son’s belief hangs limbo. He’s asking questions: “So what if your house doesn’t have a chimney?” and “So what […]
Pretty Cool… My research and stories were recently highlighted in “Conquer”, a newsletter which provides news and support for people living with Myasthenia gravis. MG is an autoimmune disorder in which communication between the nerve and muscle is impaired, causing severe muscle weakness. Really Cool… Through the my post on the writeonfighton Facebook page, a […]
To a friend who is concerned about spending their time wisely Years ago, when I was doing stand-up comedy, I fell into a conversation with an older women, a grandmother type. She was sitting at the bar where I had just finished a set. After a sip of her 7 and 7, she told me […]
I wrote this post one year ago. It remains one of my favorites. And one that, in the feverish throes of holiday shopping and gift giving, stands as an important reminder. My son Chase is now 8. He has less teeth then he did last year and wants an Xbox for Christmas this year. My […]
Health Update #3 In every situation, life is asking us a question, and our actions are the answer. Our job is simply to answer well. ~ Ryan Holiday People have been asking how I’m feeling lately. So here we go: I’m doing okay. I get it, “I’m doing okay” is the response I gave you […]