Some situations from your childhood are hard to understand because they are clouded with lousy memory and inflated emotional recollection. Other memories are easy to recall…like taking candy from a baby…or giving him drugs.
The question is as common as “What Do You Do?” “Are you from around here?” or “Who Would You Rather…”
Today I take on a question that I get asked too frequently and infrequently answer directly.
This week my story has plenty of dark rooms with sunlight slicing through the Venetian blinds, alleyways littered with garbage, abandoned warehouses where dust fogs the air, rain-slicked streets, seedy detective offices overlooking bustling streets and lots of cigarettes…This is, of course, a story about when I was working with children.
Some of the most challenging moments in our lives turn out to be some of our most cherished.
Check out Episode 31 of What Some Would Call Lies.
I just recorded Episode 14: Instructing An Aged Canine How To Perform Modern Tasks
This week I help a slightly older friend learn how to use a computer. And a slightly younger friend proves that it isn’t as easy as it looks.
Listen and tell me what you think!