Tag Archives: Chicago

Writer’s Block and People-Watching

Last night was awesome. I got to sit in a quiet neighborhood restaurant, people-watching passersby and fellow diners, while finally finding some inspiration to write. Then, a drugged-up junkie came bursting into the restaurant, ranting and raving about a missing cell phone. The manager literally had to shove her outside as she threatened him and […]


“You’re not the King, I didn’t vote for you!” — Monty Python and the Holy Grail Dear Comcast Mr. Roberts, WHAT. THE. HELL?! Do you ENJOY screwing your customers just because you can? From way down here, it would seem so. Don’t get me wrong — logically, I think I get it. You’re not the […]

PR: Nonprofit vs. Agency

A lot of changes have been taking place in my little world lately, which might explain why I haven’t blogged in a while… Yeah, I’ll let that be the explanation. Five weeks ago I left a wonderful job and a ho-hum life in Washington, DC to pack up and move it all to Chicago. It’s […]