A Small Nugget Where My Dad Showed He Cared

Cherish the Fleeting Moments before they Pass My father is 93 years old, and he has had a good life. Sadly, he is now suffering from forgetting names and seeing people that are not around anymore. He forgets our names at times, and it is somewhat disturbing when he calls you and it is notContinue reading “A Small Nugget Where My Dad Showed He Cared”

Becoming a Teacher

I am still feeling nostalgic from last week. This week I want to talk about the next step when I lived in the late 80’s. Everyone has a story or a path that they follow even when they don’t know it. For me, I found myself working as an insurance geek in a large firm.Continue reading “Becoming a Teacher”

Stillness of the Morning

I have always loved the early morning. It is a quiet and thoughtful time for me. I used to go out for walks or even drives in the early morning. I’m talking about back in the late 1980’s. I had a memory of driving to the Griffith Park Observatory at about 5:30 am one morning.Continue reading “Stillness of the Morning”

One Life is All We Get

Where do you derive your meaning? My parents were immigrants to the United States in 1959. They came to this country looking for the land of opportunity. My siblings and I were born in Los Angeles. My parents had great expectations for us. They wanted us to be somebody important…a doctor, lawyer, or engineer. TheyContinue reading “One Life is All We Get”

Don’t Stand So Close to Me

I miss people I saw The Police perform at Hollywood Park in 1983. They were an amazing band live and their energy was electric. The thing that I remember was getting there with my friends and making sure that we sang all the songs and we didn’t miss any of their songs. There were three other popularContinue reading “Don’t Stand So Close to Me”