Tag Archives: Storytelling

Fatherhood at Fifty – Halfway There…

Have I ever mentioned that I plan on living to be at least 100 years old? It’s true. I don’t even really know why I’ve always felt this way, but I’ve actually visualized living well beyond 100. Maybe even until … Continue reading

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My Way in the Dark

This is Chapter 2 of the official tale of our journey to Ireland in September of 2015. If you are just joining on now, the Intro (Going Back to the Beginning) and the first chapter (Dublin’s Final Call) are further … Continue reading

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It’s All Greek To Me!

I met this guy named Dino Sakkas about nine months ago. He owns a restaurant called Gyros on the Spit. He cooks what I believe to be the best greek food on the planet. ¬†What grounds do I have to … Continue reading

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A Story I Tell Myself Is…

Why is it that I can’t sleep after a stretch that has included three consecutive nights of less than six hours of sleep and four consecutive days of more than 16 hours of full on activity? It’s the night after … Continue reading

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Mary and Venice

As my amazing life gets richer and richer, I keep running into experiences and conversations that awaken a depth of joy inside me that I never thought possible. Tonight was yet another one of those experiences. The perfect antidote for … Continue reading

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Halfway There

I’m halfway to my goal of having a mere 10 followers on my other blog site to begin my project. Haven’t heard about it yet you say? Well here’s what I posted a couple of days ago. If you can … Continue reading

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