Monthly Archives: December 2013

A can of tuna

“Why is this any different than opening a can of tuna fish?” Because I saw it as a crisis, that’s why.  It was a situation unlike any other I’d been faced with, one charged with emotion but with no easy answer, … Continue reading

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The expression of hope

It’s now been over four years since the job at the Fortune 500 ended. I wrote about it here in a piece titled Over.  When I read it now, even from this distance, it leaves me uneasy. The job ended … Continue reading

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The continuing

I’ve walked First Avenue South several times lately but I can’t find the place. There’s one building that might be it, but the main entry seems wrong.  The windows in the upper floors, where I spent most of my days … Continue reading

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