In the last several days, I have had four or five people cross my path who have been trying to make some very difficult decisions about career, where to live, and other major life decisions that determine much of the proximate years.
Yes, this topic is coming around and around, over and over. It’s May and change is in the air!
Yes… CHANGE, and the ever present question, “What do I do with my life?”
Continue reading An Ironic Sense of Adventure
I have been accused of not writing enough on here about my feelings… so here goes.
A day of feelings, in the life of WhiteEyebrows:
- I woke up and felt tired and congested.
- Then I felt stinky… so I took a shower… where I felt refreshed.
Then I went to work and I felt the following:
Continue reading My Feelings
The internet has exploded in recent years with a phenomenon called “Social Networking”. Sites like Facebook, Myspace, LinkedIn, YouTube, Blogspot, digg and a host of others have made it extremely cool for people sharing the personal, intimate details of their life online with minimum privacy.
Until recently, a peeping tom was someone who would skulk around in the shadows and peer into open windows. Today, we have a new breed of peeping toms (and tom-ettes), those who just poke into everyone else’s business via the ‘open window’ of their social network.
Continue reading Being Alive: Voyeurism, Social Networking, and Losing Your Soul to the Internet
This is part one in a series called Being Alive, exploring the issue of our fragmented society and finding ways to become more engaged with the world around us.
This weekend I spent some time exploring College Station, TX – home of the Texas A&M Aggies. I always knew this place was legendary for it’s traditions and awesome sporting events, but I never fully understood the full might and power until this weekend.
First, Yell Practice. Continue reading Being Alive: Lessons I Learned in College Station