Daily Archives: July 11, 2014

An Unusual Birthday Present

Today I received a slightly early but unusual and also unintentional birthday present thanks to my job. For a variety of reasons, my immediate supervisor and I (who are the two members of a small team called the Excelerators because … Continue reading

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Book Review: Writing The Australian Crawl

Writing The Australian Crawl: Views On The Writer’s Vocation, by William Stafford “Quiet in the earth a drop of water came, and the little seed spoke: “Sequoia is my name.” from B.C., by William Stafford (p. 25) This particular book … Continue reading

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Life Is An Open Road

In Bryan Adams’ little-known album “Room Service” [1], the single “Open Road” tells a story that is both relatable to many as well as wish fulfillment. A lot of drivers are stuck in a traffic jam until Bryan Adams manages … Continue reading

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