This image accurately describes the many stages of life. Also, why we don't like teenagers. Please note: "me" should be read as "me" NOT meme. I realize we are living in the digital age and we read certain words by default. Please get that out of your head. And I hate memes.
Warning: if you’ve never seen the movie “Sex in the City” there are spoilers ahead. If I asked my assistant to make sure I never see another email from the ex that jilted me at my own wedding, I would expect someone with a Computer Science degree to devise a more complicated password for that … Continue reading Alternate Passwords for Carrie Bradshaw
Many years ago, I maintained a blog that tracked all of my observations that related to my job search. I was unemployed for many years and like many, I became increasingly frustrated with all the bullshit that came with it. I decided to take my frustrations out in the form of prose, so that I … Continue reading The Job Search: Look Out for Snoopy McSnoopypants
"They are currently in alien terrain surrounded by millions of the most vicious creatures on the planet………humans." Newt Scamander, from the movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Even though the movie is considered fiction of the ultimate fantasy classification, there will always be some hidden truths to showcase a temporary reality. It rightfully … Continue reading Only God Can Judge, But He’s Not Judging Enough
We, as a human race, love to live dangerously. It is our natural, enduring desire to be enthralled in a capacity that raises diffident probabilities with an ever-pleasing idyllic conclusion. Though thousands of writings have been posted to declare infinite jeapordies as a warning to us all – one thing remains certain: we want happiness, … Continue reading Every Generation Has Its Own Menace
Several years ago, I made an entry about universities and the persistent semblances they impose on the youth of today and their parents. I will locate that original posting, but for now I will take the liberty to gloat about how accurate that posting came to be. In the last couple of years, it has … Continue reading The Price To Pay For Intoxicated Dreams
In an era of an uncertain world, a palpable act of kindness doesn’t come across as genuine at all. Rather, there are ascending levels of suspicion, and it is an attribute that I am not particularly fond of. A simple “hello” conjures an immediate feeling of interrogation as suspicions rise why the “hello” from a … Continue reading unWelcome To The Neighborhood
This photo was taken by yours truly during the Cubs playoff run against the NY Mets in October, 2015, a year before the Cubs won the World Series: The Chicago Cubs have coveted the gleaming, much anticipated accolade since then. Then I wonder: now that they've reached the paramount of ultimate glory, is the "Bleacher … Continue reading The Bleacher Preacher and the Promised Land
Last Fall, I accepted a part-time job as a dance instructor with the local park district. My primary responsibilities is to teach dance (as well as other little life lessons, such as hard work and discipline) to early childhood students up to first and second grades. In the beginning, I was very nervous, because even … Continue reading Inner Child v. Narcissim
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