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Observations: Dublin Vacation
Dublin seemed the obvious destination. We would be close to
various restaurants and tourist attractions. It would be easy to call a cab or
rideshare, and stunning natural sights, such as the cliff walk from Bray to
Greystones, were close enough by to visit ...

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Observations: February 2018
I spent a bit of January in San Francisco, San Jose, and Sunnyvale. The rest of the month was a blur of snow, work, family, and writing. In that order, unfortunately. Nonetheless, I learned and/or observed in January/early Feb: Silicon Valley is full of con...
Observations: February 2018
Observations: February 2018
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Observations: January 2018
Is anyone out there? Yes or no, I am back after a cross-country move,  a mystery stomach virus, a new job, and the quiet release of a new collection of short stories. It's been a busy couple months, and I have the eye bags to prove it. It's 2018, and I have...
Observations: January 2018
Observations: January 2018
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Observations: April, 2017
My father once told me he'd been a genius for a few days. Fewer an a hundred hours in his life, sometime in his early forties, he said, everything made sense. All the pieces fit, and everything felt easy to him. In those days, art flowed (he's a visual arti...

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Observations: March, 2017
A few observations for March.... Giving without thinking about personal gain ends up bringing personal gain. I've meditated for over 60 days straight, and the only way this is possible in my life is to lock doors and/or wake up at 5 a.m. I've meditated for ...

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Observations: February 2017
I just got back in town from a trip to Ohio, where I visited family, then a trip to D.C., where I hung out with 12,000 writers at the AWP conference. I learned a few things. Saying goodbye is always hard. Life will end, and might end soon, so live it up. Sh...
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