I knew Thursday would be packed. Another department manager had resigned, and a replacement wouldn’t arrive until next week. That meant existing folks jumping in to fill the gap. For the month end close, my day helping out would fall heaviest that day. I was prepared because I had cleared out my own tasks faster... Continue Reading →
I'm stealing a writing prompt from last month's NaBloPoMo selection - "Write about one object you see at this exact moment." Well, since I am writing this while taking a lunch break at my desk, as my eyes wandered off my screen, the first thing I saw just above was this calendar. (A technical... Continue Reading →
Oct 3 – No Hiding Allowed!
If you are going to write every day, you will sometimes need assistance on the topics – so yes, I will this time be lurking on the NaBloPoMo site for ideas. I won’t always be matching them with the proper day, but I will use them for inspiration. The one I will borrow for... Continue Reading →
May 2 – A city mourns & a bonfire
If you've lived in San Diego and only marginally paid attention to sports and local celebrities then you know the name Junior Seau. Not only a star football player from high school through an amazing career in the NFL, the man was a local boy who stayed local. Even after hanging up his cleats he... Continue Reading →
This is a gentle reminder on how to behave with class and kindness and some modicum of respect for others. Sometimes, people don't live their best lives. They display the flaws and issues in their personalities more than their better and loving sides. Sadly, there are some people who when their life is over, have... Continue Reading →