Monthly Archives: December 2011

Two Years Later, for the First Time Ever

It took me a few days to begin to process what I saw and how I felt during my first trip to Haiti. After only four days on an island just 600 miles from the U.S. coast, my mental and physical exhaustion levels felt more on par with traveling 3,000 miles to spend a week […]

Why it’s OK that I Can’t

When I was growing up, my mother charged me 25 cents as punishment every time I used a certain four-letter C word. And I used it a lot. Whenever things got a little rough, “can’t” was my default. Now that I’m a little older and wiser…and broker…I’ve realized that the problem wasn’t so much me […]