Category Archives: Advice

Looking Back on High School

How did I get here? As my life ramped up to graduation day, the desire to just GO FAST, to feel the wind race past you with out knowing if you were running towards something or away. To just GO. … Continue reading

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To Maddie- On her College Graduation

Dear Maddie, I’ve written many, many notes, cards and e-mails to you over the last 22 lightning fast years together but none may be more love filled as this one. From the day we brought you home that steamy hot … Continue reading

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19 Lesson’s for my son on his 19th Birthday

1. Don’t quit a job before you even start. I have had some pretty terrible jobs before I had a job I loved. I once took a job working at a day camp and I seriously dreaded working 8-hour days … Continue reading

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Rogue fun? Parody govt Twitter accounts multiply, defying Trump’s alleged ban

Rogue One? More like Rogue 24 and counting…. At least 24 Twitter accounts claiming to be posting unofficially for federal agencies sprouted like mushrooms overnight following an isolated incident in which a former employee of the National Park Service took … Continue reading

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How a TV Sitcom Triggered the Downfall of Western Civilization – Medium

BY DAVID HOPKINS Source: How a TV Sitcom Triggered the Downfall of Western Civilization How a TV Sitcom Triggered the Downfall of Western Civilization I want to discuss a popular TV show my wife and I have been binge-watching on … Continue reading

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My Anniversary

Today is my Anniversary. It’s been 26 pretty amazing years. I can truthfully say that I love Steph more today than when we were first married. This is going to be a different year as we are now “empty nesters”. … Continue reading

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A letter to my son as he leaves for college

Already the days are getting shorter, nature’s signal that everything must come to an end and begin again. Today is the day — the freedom you have longed for all year and the day I’ve dreaded for months, perhaps, even, since … Continue reading

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