2018: The Year To Get Back To Basics

When I started reflecting on the year we are wrapping up, I began to think of everything big and exciting that happened. Then came the let down as the more and more I reflected there were no magnificent, awe-inspiring adventures. There were no changes professionally. There were no big changes be it additions to family … Continue reading 2018: The Year To Get Back To Basics

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Gorc Meets OBX | Photo Gallery

Our family vacation to the Outer Banks in North Carolina was filled with days at the beach, Hurricane Irma, themed nights and a ton of fun.

Perspective 

I'm a proponent of therapy.  I think the objectivity of a third party to help you look at things with a clearer focus and vision, to allow you to get out of your own way, can be very healthy. About six months ago a friend told me I should see a grief counselor. In a … Continue reading Perspective 

Dive Into 25

I have reached a milestone in life - turning 25.  What makes 25 a milestone? I can now officially rent a car on my own.  My car insurance (should) go down and I'm a quarter of a century old. Now that I've reached that point I guess it is acceptable to have a quarter-life crisis, … Continue reading Dive Into 25

16 Goals for 2016

New Year's Resolutions – let's get real do they have any real chance of success? I don't have a prejudice against resolutions because they are founded in making a positive change in a person's life, and what can be wrong with that? I've certainly made resolutions in the past, some have succeeded some have failed right … Continue reading 16 Goals for 2016

Best day(s) of my life

If you had to pick the singular best day of your life, could you do it?  For some, certain days may stand out more than others.  There's the day you marry the love of your life, or welcome a new bundle of joy to the family.  There's days of achievement like graduations and job promotions … Continue reading Best day(s) of my life

Lessons in LA Part I: Shenanigans in the Rain

A couple weekends ago I went on a long weekend trip to Los Angeles to look at Loyola Marymount University, a school I am looking at to pursue an MFA in Television Screenwriting. To be sure I would like the program, the campus and the city that surrounds it, I figured the smart decision would … Continue reading Lessons in LA Part I: Shenanigans in the Rain