Back to December

I had every intention of blowing off this final book review because the last two months have been, in a word, overwhelming. But I can’t seem to shake that icky feeling that accompanies incompleteness. A feeling that all too closely resembles regret. So, like that obnoxious Taylor Swift song, let me take you back to December. … Read More Back to December

Math, Books, Life

I am terrible at math. The only ‘C’ I ever received in college was in my construction estimating class. This is bitterly ironic given that my current career position as a Government Negotiator requires me to deal almost solely in numbers; Japanese Yen to be exact. Because my work involves financing US government projects in foreign currency, numbers… Read More Math, Books, Life

Perhaps Veteran’s Day Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time

Earlier this week when asked about the election outcome Warren Buffett, who endorsed Hillary Clinton, said, “For 240 years it’s been a terrible mistake to bet against America, and now is no time to start.” That is a statement I think we all can stand behind. The rift created in our society through this electoral… Read More Perhaps Veteran’s Day Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time