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Like most people, I have a long list of projects begun but never quite finished. These incomplete starts are psychologically burdensome – stirring up feelings of guilt, self-doubt and a general sense of wasted time and labor.
Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrintTonight I take on the identity of Physician. One hundred and fourteen brand-new medical students milled expectantly, many with their families, in a large university hall that reminded me of a hotel ballroom. Tonight I take on the identity of Physician, the familiar chattering voice in my head was unusually somber that night, Physician.
Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrintThe best way to remember what you forgot to bring to a race is to wake up super early, stop for coffee, head down the freeway, get to the race site, park your car, take a shuttle to the start, stand in a line to use a Porta-Potty, then remember that you meant to bring some gloves.
Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrintI was stunned when a letter from AARP arrived informing me I was eligible to join. I wasn’t that old and not even close to retirement. I knew of people in their forties who had retired, but most of them were cops or firemen and had chosen their career paths shortly after graduating high school.
Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrintIn April of 2011, thirty three graffiti writers and street artists transformed the windows of the former Donnell Library, just paces away from the MoMA, into a virtual time capsule of art on the streets in New York City. Co-curated by Daniel Feral and Joyce Manalo, the aptly named “Pantheon” presented an art historical timeline that is a part of New York City’s unique legacy.
You always hear old men talking about their girlfriends who aren’t really their girlfriends.