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Monthly Archives: November 2016


Published November 12, 2016 - 0 Comments

Three years ago I wrote a post titled In The Absence of Trust. You’d think that I would have learned my lesson then, but apparently not.

It’s worth repeating. Trust isn’t something that is given simply because you ask for it. It’s similar to respect. Both must be earned. There is a finite supply of both, and once you’ve used them up, it’s pretty tough to get any more.

That Damn Window Again

Published November 10, 2016 - 0 Comments

I’ve written about this subject before. I firmly believe that every new relationship has a brief window of opportunity in which to find something magical and once that window closes, it’s nearly impossible to open it again.

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Goodbye, Karla.

Published November 7, 2016 - 0 Comments

Today I said goodbye to a friend and colleague. Karla was only 50 years old when she was diagnosed with cancer. You know how some people just fill a room with their smile and positive attitude? That was Karla. She didn’t complain. She laughed. She didn’t whine. She loved.

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