Words you say. They have more power than any hateful words you can think of. I can ignore hate, I can shuffle hate to ignorance. But you can’t ignore love. In your darkest days, in your miserable nights, love will always shine through.
How many stories could we fill about adventures on the way to adventures, such as walking down a parkway in Chicago to get White Castle or me wasting a half of a roll of film to get a picture of a rooster at Knotts Berry Farm.
This week a friend of mine was having issues with his kids. He does anything and everything to make them happy. But yet his kids treat him with anger and pain.
He asked me what the secret of being a divorced dad was.
I was being punked, played. So today, I learned a lesson not to trust this source ever again…
When dealing with sports teams and personalities there is a careful balance. Get to close to a team / player and you lose objectivity. Don’t get close enough and you lose the touch and intimacy in which you get when you know the ins and outs of a dynamic.
Thanks for sending me the 4th reissued card for my wife and I. It’s great that you are so security aware wanting to keep me safe… but what’s this?
My goal is to find someone to help me create a new skin and post photos, stories and information where if I choose, I make the revenue. I would love for people to not contribute their hard earned creativity to a site that selectively doles their talent out rather than freely giving it to all.
Sean’s rules of life for his son Ryan Donahue Rule #1 Don’t mess with a Donahue. If you do, you will face consequences. Have pride in your family even when we argue. Everyone fears us. Rule #2 If confused reread rule #1 Rule #3 Consequences are delivered at a time …
There are people in this world who crave attention, they try their damnest to tell you why they are important and “things you need to listen to them about”.
Forward: “I can’t afford regrets, ethics or anything there is a college course in,” I thought to myself as I took my first real job in radio, throwing away a career in sales at the Radio Shack. Looking back on that day, I wonder if I could do it over …