Walking out of my hotel room in Mexico City and realizing there was a demonstration at my doorstep.
White water rafting down a mountain in Huatulco. En todos los ríos, hay serpientes.
Learning to sail. Tipping the boat, because it was fun.
Every single moment spent on the water, going fast.
Getting married over the ocean.
Playing gin rummy at 3 a.m. waiting to catch the first bus to Machu Picchu. Watching the clouds burn.
Smiling at that reggae singer who asked me to dance.
Seeing Abby smile.
Digging in the dirt, prepping my garden for the new year.
Salsa dancing in Miami Beach.
That Cubs game with Aaron, Jeff and Lucus.
What makes you feel alive?
Many thanks to Andrea Scher and Jen Lemen for the prompt.
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On May 27, my colleagues and I went for a tasty lunch at Wishbone. It was my last day at work.
Now that I’ve been self-employed for a month, I feel ready to share two stories. The moment I knew I was ready. And the massive fear I carried the last few months of employment.
I hope you get something out of this first video. Even if it’s only a chuckle at my Chicago accent! Those A’s!
My family has been asking to see photographic evidence of this for years. Six of them, as a matter of fact.
So, what better way to celebrate New York legalizing gay marriage – YAY EQUAL RIGHTS – than to share this image with the world.
Can you peel your eyes away from the ripped abs for just a second?
See the girl in sunglasses.
In a giant lotto ball? #31?
Yeah, that’s me.
Ahhh….paying your dues at a PR agency. I certainly don’t miss it.
Here’s a better picture of the float…for your viewing pleasure.
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