Yeah!

Yeah!

I was cranky when I got to the airport today. Another car ride. Another security mob. Another Denver train yelling, “YOU are delaying the departure of this train.” Another flight . . .this time in a middle seat. And it’s late. And then I saw a boy walking,...
Visioning with a 5-Year Old

Visioning with a 5-Year Old

I may not be the craftiest mom. I may not be the best at academic prep. I’m definitely not the one throwing the football. But there’s one thing I know I can teach my kids: how to create a life they love. It is the start of a new year, so we are working on...
How Mike Szymanski Saved My Life

How Mike Szymanski Saved My Life

This year, I’m thankful for my co-worker, Mike Szymanski. I sat next to Mike at dinner in Dallas a few weeks ago. I’ve known him for awhile now, but I didn’t know we shared a love of fantasy novels (my “love” of these novels might be categorized as something nearer a...
An(other) Uber Story

An(other) Uber Story

I’ve been doing some back-seat amateur journalism for the last year. I’ve been asking my Uber drivers two questions: How long have you driven for Uber? and Why do you drive? And some of the answers have been quite fascinating: “I was a petroleum engineer. I moved to...
An Uber Experience

An Uber Experience

Recently, I walked out of Denver’s airport into the (extremely) crowded area designated for ride sharing. I hunted for my Uber, searching out license plate, after license plate, as they passed by. After watching hundreds of cars, I realized, someone had gotten in my...
In Defense of Return of the Jedi

In Defense of Return of the Jedi

False equivalency is a serious danger to reasonable debate. Wait, wait! This isn’t another rant about the U.S. Presidential Election. No, my concern is something more impactful to our democracy, our society, and our culture: ranking the Star Wars films. Like many of...