Month: September 2014

JUST A FEW MINUTES

Flash Talk – You’re about to enter a room full of strangers, where you will have exactly four minutes to tell a story that would convey who you really are. What’s your story? “Good morning. You are,” glancing at my résumé… Read More ›

SUMMER’S END

Today we drove down the Pike to Needham. About 45 miles. No question about it, the trees are beginning to turn. It’s early yet. With a couple of exceptions, Autumn is merely hinting at foliage to come. These are my woods… Read More ›

NOTHING TO COMPARE

Autumn Leaves – Changing colors, dropping temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes: do these mainstays of Fall fill your heart with warmth — or with dread? This morning … our early autumn woods. Talk about mixed emotions. I love autumn, by far my favorite… Read More ›

ANGEL COMES OUT

Based on the story that is sad, painful and true, Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog Angel was a handsome boy who had a secret he desperately needed to keep. By the age of 13 he knew what he liked and by… Read More ›

IN SHORT

Brevity Pulls “I would have written a shorter letter, but I did not have the time.” — Blaise Pascal Where do you fall on the brevity/verbosity spectrum? I can be pretty brief when I choose to be. Have a good… Read More ›