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My Life

I used to be a paperboy. I got my first paper route when I was around 12 I think. Sometimes I have a hard time remembering exact years that I did things. Some people like Frank McCourt seem to remember details at every age like they become film in a...

Growing up as a child and later into young adulthood, I cannot remember ever feeling the gnawing experience of homesickness. I spent most of my time away from home, or at least as much as I could, to avoid the discomfort, the tension, the responsibility to keep my adopted siblings...

Most days now, I walk to work. I really enjoy it, both ways. It gives me a much needed time to think in between work and home. I set out of the house, put my ear-buds in and find some music to listen to. It's amazing how much whatever music...

I am decisively indecisive. I can remember as far back as a quite young boy, standing in Toys R Us, paralyzed by indecision around which stuffed animal I wanted. I very much remember this. It happened plenty of times more than that and continues, but for some reason this memory has...

Have you ever gone into a bookstore, looking for a specific kind of book? I'm not meaning an actual title, but a book that is speaking about or inspires a certain something? I have done this numerous times. Sometimes I find something close, but I never actually find that book....