School shootings – A contrast in opinion…Day Seven

She grew up with guns in her house, her father, a police officer. She watched him clean them, was told not to touch them and listened. But not all kids do. She would never have a gun in the house because she doesn’t see the need, and only sees the danger; a baseball bat will… Continue reading School shootings – A contrast in opinion…Day Seven

Being Green, Unsubscribing, and an ode to my fellow Gauchos

Dear Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, The year Bill Clinton first ran for President, I was 16. Well in reality, he likely started campaigning when I was 15.  I was enamored. I still am.  When I turned 18, I registered as a Democrat and proudly voted him back into office when I was 20.  If he… Continue reading Being Green, Unsubscribing, and an ode to my fellow Gauchos

Thoughts on Sandy Hook…and life in general.

The last two weeks or so have been rough, on a personal, professional and world level. I’ve had words swimming in my head since then and they have been taking a very long time to gel into anything coherent so I didn’t want to put my fingers to the keyboard quite yet.  But I have… Continue reading Thoughts on Sandy Hook…and life in general.