The Men of Atalissa

The Men of Atalissa

The often repeated quote “all evil needs is for good men to stand by and do nothing” has never been more horribly illustrated than in atrocities that occurred in a small town in Iowa. Follow this link to the Men of Atalissa, but be prepared it’s a...
Book of Jobes

Book of Jobes

Redefining Disability Through Theatre I had the great pleasure of attending Dr. Heidi Janz’s newest play “The Book of Jobes” last night. It was horribly sad, wildly sarcastic, unflinchingly raw, funny as hell, and ultimately a celebration of the...
More Than A Moment

More Than A Moment

Disability, Authenticity, and Basketball? Slowly and tentatively I am wadding back in to the world of blogging. It’s been awhile. I apologize gentle readers. It’s been a time of healing and reflection. I’d like to blame it on my broken wist and the...
Foul Justice

Foul Justice

Something Rotten in the State of Our Criminal Justice System Something has happened in the universe. There has been some kind of upending between right and wrong and while I normally really like to play in the grey between black and white, there is something sinister...
Growing Friendships

Growing Friendships

Relationships that develop into real and enduring friendships are the most profound expression of our deepest human quality. It’s the manifestation of the characteristics of freedom and esteem; it answers our soul’s most desperate yearning for connection...
Purposeful Lives

Purposeful Lives

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the purpose that each of our lives hold, the reasons we get up the in the morning, who we count on and who counts on us. In this age of internet, Facebook, tweeting, texting and a general lack of real reciprocal human contact it...