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author of Dadmissions. surrounded by a wife and two girls... and a dog named Cupcake

Christmas Eve & The Power of “Believe”

We’ve had a little crisis of faith this holiday season.. our youngest daughter not sure she believes in Santa Claus anymore. She didn’t want to write a letter to Santa this year, wasn’t sure what she’d say. I guess it’s … Continue reading

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The Moments Never To Be Missed

I got dressed for work and walked up to my daughter and said softly, “bunny I don’t think I’m gonna make it to the show today”. And she gave me the look.. the “I already knew you were gonna disappoint … Continue reading

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Looking for Jimmy: A Son’s Search For His Dad’s 1979 GMC Truck

Growing up on the tree lined streets of Sharon, Massachusetts many people never knew that my sister and I actually had a brother. Yep. We did. His name was Jimmy. Dad lovedddddd Jimmy and spent most every weekend with him, … Continue reading

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I Still Believe In Local TV News

I took one TV journalism course in college. One. I didn’t know it at the time, but the course with professor Jim Thistle at Boston University would change my life. I went to school destined to be a radio DJ, … Continue reading

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A World Without Mirrors

In a world without mirrors, you never get to stand there and just stare at your imperfections In a world without mirrors, you might know you’re different than someone else, but those differences aren’t staring back at you In a … Continue reading

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There Are No Words

I work in the news business. My life is all about words. WORDS. But words only work when they can accurately portray what someone is trying to describe. I haven’t posted anything about Las Vegas and the tragedy there which … Continue reading

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I Smashed Her Legos (and immediately regretted it)

I warned her. I really did. I warned her. And she just stood there. We needed to get ready. We were late. She KNEW we were late. So I warned her again. I did. And she just stood there. And … Continue reading

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