It wasn’t until we got to Myrtle Beach today and walked out on the beach and hit the water before I realized something. I realized that I really, really miss the ocean. It was a place I got to as a kid every summer, living in NYC, but I haven’t been to an ocean beach in years and years. How could I have forgotten? There’s something sort of sad about that..
The headline is something I’ve been reminding myself of over the last few weeks. You see, back about a month ago, my father fell extremely ill and was hospitalized. I chose to not travel across the country to see him because I had other things going on, work, dental surgery, etc. But I stayed in…
Yes it was a lovely, and exhausting, weekend! 🙂 First off was my appointment with my massage therapist Friday evening. Now, since I work with computers, and spend a lot of my free time working with computers, I have certain issues with my neck and shoulders that have, on occasion, led to problems with migraines….
I’ve started doing a little side project for the P. Luna Foundation, helping to promote their work to raise awareness for male abuse survivors. The foundation is promoting Male Abuse Awareness Week on various outlets, and I’m helping out with their Google Plus page. So, if you’re a Google Plus user, I’ll be sharing information…
Recently, a friend on Facebook decided to ask us all to share one thing that happened this year that was a positive, to try and collect any and all good news in one place. It was a good idea, and as I thought about how I would respond to something like that, I thought of some of the good things that have happened this year. I’ve had some pretty nice successes at work. I’ve connected on a deeper level with my wife, and managed to stay connected to a close group of friends and family. Those were good things, but at the end of it all, I kept coming back to something I talked about at the end of 2019 on the Find Your Voice Podcast, and then again on this very blog on January 1 of 2020.
“I’m Still Here”