Florida Trip (Part 1)

Let me start by saying that I was always happy to visit new places and explore, but only if it was someone else’s idea. Normally, it was a family trip that my dad planned or a field-trip with school. More recently, I have had the opportunity (important word choice) to take a few trips with […]

Blinded by the (Artificial) Light

The past week has been an array of tasks in my personal life.  As a Digital Native, I complete most of these online on a regular basis.  I also would consider myself an advocate for using the power of technology in everyday life.  An easy example is taking online classes for college credit.  Why fight […]

Sense of Wonder

Wonder is one of those abstract ideas that only comes up when describing children or “The Great Thinkers” of history. In my experience of working with children over the years, I have observed amazing young minds at work. The curiosity of a child never ceases. I once had a conversation with a 10-year-old about number […]

Reflections of a Futurist

In this modern world we live, most things are attainable very easily. Even in the poorest sections of Earth, basic cell-phones are used, when the next person doesn’t have electricity. I was recently reading a NASA article about a satellite taking photos of the Mars surface for the last 11 years and is still going […]

Wind in the Trees

This is one of my early poems that I thought I would share before the book comes out.  🙂 Wind in the Trees An invisible force that blows through the trees The branches embrace this powerful breeze, Swaying and dancing and waiting to say “Hello, don’t you see?  It’s a beautiful day!” The trees wave […]