Kindness is all-powerful. One day two decades later, an individual elects to write about a high school experience. In the story, a reaction to recent and ongoing sorrowful tragedies, compromised interpersonal relationships and bullying, you read that one child had a positive effect on another at a vulnerable age. Something compelled Michael Miller to recall that positive human interaction. The author’s youthful perception of … More A Positive High School Memory
Irish eyes Irish coffee Irish luck Irish jig Irish fairy tale Irish pub Irish countryside Irish tradition Irish music Irish whiskey Irish charm What would you add to the list of Irishisms?
Work and workers come in all shapes and sizes. The caddy had her work cut out for her at Nirwana Bali Golf Club that day. She rode on the back of the cart’s bumper, grabbing the handrail. She chased golf balls into the rice paddy. The incongruity of this picture makes me smile, and I … More Are You Still Working on That?
You would of course be happy. The same radiance that encircled you on that day eight years ago would be present. Maybe you would have chosen not to leave this world when you did. In your own words, you had a lot of love. I think of you more now. Is it because I’m the … More Mother, This Would Have Been Your 87th Birthday
In San Francisco’s Castro district each December, scantily clad and hugely exhilarated men and women make the annual partly unplanned trek about town. Oh so San Fran, and oh so fun, the annual Santa Skivvies event is produced by and benefits the San Francisco Aids Foundation. It begins and ends at Lookout: 3600 16th Street. … More Parading for a Cause