The greatest gift is to be a storyteller.
The Internet has made getting out a message infinitely easier but also infinitely more challenging. The cacophony of the web means it is easy for your message to get lost. You need a steward, someone to steer the content ship with confidence across all the platforms. You want your message to be always clear, concise, digestible, and memorable. You want to tell the story, your way. That’s what I can do.
A Million Moments
It is an impossible situation to love a dog. After 15 years, we said goodbye to our sweet rescued pit bull mix named Jada. She was 16. She was in kidney failure. It was time.
I don’t miss a lot about parenting young ones — I love my adult children and who they have become and are still becoming. But I do miss those touches.
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When the Coronavirus Bubble Bursts
They both came home for spring break back in early March, and they never left. It was a rare opportunity, what the coronavirus gave us. Amidst the national despair and destruction, in our little bubble, we had each other. Read more here ....
A Survivor's Tale
Jennifer Geise of Stonington could relate to how the parents of Sandy Hook Elementary School's young shooting victims felt. Her life was turned inside out in an instant as well, when a drunk teenage driver hit her husband's car head-on. She shared her story with Patch.
Sometimes, it's the little things. As a columnist for The Day for many years, I pulled from my every day life — and left no dirty laundry unaired — to tell stories that struck chords with readers.
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One Cut Nearly Ended His Life
Adam’s story is a great example of how you build a team to give each patient exactly what they need. You build a system that works so that when that call comes in, everyone is ready.