Well, hey there! You made it. It’s great to see you. (Don’t worry, I can’t really see you. The technology isn’t there yet.) I’m so glad you stopped by.
More about me, you ask?
Well, like most people, my life doesn’t neatly fit into one particular box. I have a bunch of boxes, filled with stories, and pictures, and memories, and even some nightmares—but that box is locked away and shoved in the back of my closet.
I have my family box, and it’s filled with boy stuff.
I have my activist box, and it’s filled with girl stuff.
And, I have my creative boxes, filled with books, awards, and accomplishments. I write stories, I write funny essays, and I help companies with their advertising and public relations, or what we big-deal experts call Brand Management. It’s a great gig, and I’ve been doing it for a quarter of a century.
Whoa Nellie! (That’s what we used to say in the olden days.)
I started in communications way back in 1985, when cell phones were wired to cars, and portable computers weighed thirty pounds. I know! Weird!
So stick around, and feel free to open each box, including this mystery box . Just put everything away when you’re done.
And be sure to visit my blog, where you can read what I write, because a writer is someone who writes, and I write a lot. (Are you writing this all down?)