I was dizzy and anxious, certain that I had multiple sclerosis, but I was fixated on a distorted image of myself in the doctor’s third eye.
January 2019 |
My sister-in-law, a freshly minted doctor of psychology from a prestigious university, was coming over for a visit before moving on to the next stage of her life.
November 2018 |
Donna’s baleful eyes told me I was on the uncool side of the generation gap.
October 2018 |
I don’t know whether it was a Ford, Dodge or Chevy, but I remember the truck was ridiculous.
September 2018 |
I dreaded the thought of a three-hour
class when I registered, but Bob
August 2018 |
Retirement was a rotund,
self-satisfied guy in a suit, puffing
an enormous cigar. Well,
that’s what it looked like when
I was in college.
July 2018 |
How scarcity can lead a person to think small.
June 2018 |
“Is that algebra?”
That was one of my questions as I squinted at the PowerPoint slides building the case of how to evaluate producer performance.
May 2018 |
I have been dogged by a somewhat dispiriting thought for most of my professional life: I get into an industry just in time to turn the lights off.
April 2018 |