Show Up

“Adversity doesn’t build character, it reveals it,” read the sign I passed on the highway. I don’t usually remember signs on the side of the road, and although that day was rainy and overcast, and I should have been paying more attention to what was going on in front of me, the sign stuck out […]

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Dumping

Disclaimer: I once wrote a paper in my international trade class about the dangers of countries “dumping” large quantities of a product into another country’s market, which distorts that country’s market and undercuts prices. This post isn’t about that. You’re welcome. When I was a primary care giver, one of the most profound feelings or […]

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Last Day

Over the past year and a half, I’ve worked for an organization that delivers equipment to ALS patients and their families, among other things. It’s an important organization for so many reasons, and it’s also the organization that helped my family when my Dad had ALS. I remember sitting with the founder on a patio, […]

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