Monthly Archives: June 2012

Short Stories

Tuesday, 26 June 2012 Tomorrow I am giving my first speech in one of the Advanced Communicator Series books: Interpretive Reading. The first project calls for an interpretive reading of a short story. The toughest part is finding a short … Continue reading

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At the Cabin

Saturday, 23 June 2012 ┬áLast night was most unusual: I slept at home. After two nights in The Land of Lincoln, I returned home around 8:00 PM to an empty house. My wife and kids left back on Wednesday (the … Continue reading

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Schaumburg: A Visual Diary

Friday, 22 June 2012 I never ever heard of the suburb of Schaumburg until a few months ago when I signed up for the class that I completed there today. But, now I can say I’ve been – because I … Continue reading

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My Two Mornings

Wednesday, 20 June 2012 Well, I was on an airplane today. Yuck. At least it was a short flight. In fact, it might have been the shortest flight of my life: Twin Cities to Chicago. The pilot warned of turbulance … Continue reading

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The World’s Most Perfect Packaging

Monday, 18 June 2012 So, I don’t know if anyone out there ever checks out the Books I’ve Read This Year tab on my site here (you can click to it above), but let me share a few things about … Continue reading

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