Monthly Archives: April 2012

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Wild Mango: reviewed by an unlikely food critic

Last night, I had the pleasure of dining with a few really close friends at Wild Mango in North Olmsted, Ohio. Of course, fine dining with good friends is one of my absolute favorite things in life. We chose Wild Mango as it is a favorite of my friend Jess. As for me, it’s okay… let me qualify, a […]

The paralyzing fear of success

Hello friends! Thanks for stopping by and checking in on my journey. Today, I’m feeling a bit, well it’s hard to describe how I’m feeling. The intent of this blog is to chronicle my journey and the positive changes I’m making in my life. But today, I’m full of fear. The events of this past […]

Quirky things parents come up with

Today’s post can be filed under “quirky things parents come up with.” This week I’m down in Spartanburg, South Carolina taking care of my 64-year-old father who has just been released from a skilled nursing facility. Yes, he’s still a young guy, but his life has changed immensely in the past year. Last fall he […]

Today is the first day of the rest of my life

It’s 6:45 a.m. and the alarm on my iPhone has just gone off for the second time this morning. I don’t want to get up. I just want to pull the covers over my head and bask in the cozy warmth of my bed. As I attempt to enjoy just a few more moments of […]

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Anchors Aweigh

One of the highlights of my San Francisco trip was the Gaultier Sailor Boys giving out free pedicab bike rides and along with Le Male scent samples. Ingenious marketing ploy by Jean Paul Gaultier and left many spectators with smiles on their faces. Above, my venture into “street videography” featuring the Gaultier Sailors. A couple […]

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