Over four dozen families in Florida are planning unexpected funerals.
You were seven pounds, four ounces, and twenty-one inches long when we first met. You looked at me. I couldn’t stop staring at you. We held hands Continue reading
We sign on, and our brains short-circuit.
The constantly changing landscape Continue reading
My children will never understand life without the Internet.
For them, the immediacy, scope and truly world-wide nature of the web is commonplace. And as is always the case, with technological shifts and advancement, comes its effects on many other seemingly unrelated areas. Continue reading
It’s happened more than a time or two. And when it does, a little alarm bell goes off in my head.
It starts innocent enough. I sit down at my computer to do something specific. But in order to get to whatever it is I need to accomplish, I have to open up Continue reading