Month: April 2015

The Speech That Wasn’t Heard

On Saturday, April 11, the George and Rebecca Barnes Foundation had its fundraiser, Dancing with Our Stars, at the OnCenter in Syracuse, New York. I was announced and introduced as the President of the Board for the nonprofit, and I introduced a video that we collaborated with Solon Quinn. The video is featured at the bottom of…

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The Chihuahua

I didn’t see its face until after parking and after leaving the vehicle. It was staring out the window of the SUV two spots down from my car. The Wegmans in Auburn, NY, isn’t the best parking lot in all of the land, regardless if it connected with the high-and-mighty Rochester-based grocer. It is high-and-mighty,…

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Shaving Day

Why do we shield ourselves from the morning light? We’re comfortable, yes, but the light is refreshing. After a long and brutally cold winter the sunlight should be embraced, grabbed for. Instead of letting the rays rip through the sheets. Sleeping on my stomach was never a habit. It’s uncertain where that practice came from.…

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‘April, come she will …’

And April arrives. “April, come she will … … when streams are ripe and swelled with rain.” – Simon and Garfunkel What a better way to kick off the month with a 10-song soundtrack that spring has brought, what I’m listening to: The Slip – Life in Disguise Sean Hayes – Sufridrop Wild Party – Life’s…

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