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I am a social worker by training and a peace officer by profession having worked with California’s delinquent youth and young adults for 28 years. I firmly believe that our development as humans depends on our environment and that sometimes we get stuck. As such, I write about those things we sometimes ignore or fail to see until we are forced to pay attention.
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Originally posted in Oct. 2015. For those of you who don’t know my story, a quick note. I am a retired peace officer, who at age 49, decided that I wouldn’t be one of those people that gets sick or … Continue reading
We walked into the movie theater just before the start of the movie WILD. We sat behind a man, an elderly woman wearing headphones to help her hear the movie and a younger woman. I assumed the elderly woman was … Continue reading
I love coffee. So I don’t drink coffee. As a backpacker, I couldn’t consume enough coffee on the trail to prevent my inevitable withdrawal migraines so I decided to reduce my caffeine intake by switching to tea. I’m on my … Continue reading
I am a runner. I love to run, even if I look like a camel doing it. I registered for a half marathon in Green River, Wyoming thinking that it would be great to “Run with the Horses.” The race … Continue reading
Birthdays have a way of making everyone a little more happy… More happy lets say, than they were the day prior, or the day after that date. Some birthdays are a little more momentous than others. For example, if you are … Continue reading