Steve Jobs was a dreamer… and a visionary. The kind of person we all could look up to and admire. The kind of person that we would all like to be– if we had that kind of drive. Thing is, instead of just dreaming, Steve Jobs did what he dreamed about doing. If he… Continue reading Re-Launch: Dream Big
He was calm, cool, and easygoing. He was the member of my family we would turn to for sound, sane advice, and a clear vision of what was going on in our lives. He never raised his voice. He never lost his temper. Oh sure, he got angry a time or two, but if he… Continue reading Remembering Uncle John
The divinely lovely Elizabeth Taylor died today at age 79. She was lovely in more ways than just the physical, however. She was a fierce advocate for numerous charitable organizations for HIV/AIDS research, the LGBT community, animal rights, and creative freedoms. As notorious for her seven marriages as she was for her beauty, Liz never… Continue reading Dame Elizabeth Taylor – A truly one-of-a-kind woman
Tony Curtis wasn’t just good-looking. He was ridiculously good-looking. The jet-black, spit-curled hair. The piercing blue eyes. The tight, athletic body. The brilliant smile. The Bronx bravado and machismo. They were all there. He wasn’t just a matinee idol. He was a great actor in a beautiful shell. I remember the first time I saw… Continue reading Tony Curtis: The Original Heartthrob
It’s been a great run, but this week I decided to retire my little white putt-putt– my 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara, lovingly known as the “Grand Viagra.” I got the Grand Viagra in 2006, shortly after my dad died. My old car took a dump and became scrap shortly after his funeral. When my cousin’s… Continue reading Farewell, Grand Viagra!