A Veteran’s Tribute to Daniel Kellis

I used to think of myself as not worthy of respect. Or rather, not needing respect.  I work in an urban high school where respect is a huge issue. You don’t survive in the streets without getting or giving respect appropriately. Kids learn what and who to respect, sometimes the hard way. Respect, oftentimes, seemsContinue reading “A Veteran’s Tribute to Daniel Kellis”


What do you write about when you lose inspiration?  The last two months have been very difficult for me and my family.  After reaching our 50th state (Vermont), my wife and I ventured out west to conquer 7 different National Parks in 8 days. Or as my wife likes to say, 12 National Parks inContinue reading “Blah.”