Monthly Archives: August 2011

Fear is in the driver’s seat of this car

I was pondering the concept of humility today because I read a blatant example of the absence of such; I admit, humility is a rare quality. I immediately began to formulate a response to this stealing of credit for something … Continue reading

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Struggles everywhere, for everybody – stop the bureaucracy

Life is tough, and I’ve had the easiest of it. I have written about this before but I wanted to touch on it again tonight. Life is tough. I was given a sliver spoon in my mouth when I was … Continue reading

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A week from hell’s kitchen; actually a new kitchen would be nice

This past week has been a week from hell. I didn’t have a moment to come up for air. Every story was involved, complicated and not-easily solved. This was not a week for the faint of heart. The good news … Continue reading

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Family commitment to Dad’s legacy staying strong

My father, the late James Whitmore, was an actor of some recognition. People generally loved his work. He has left a great legacy behind and some members of his family are fighting to keep that legacy alive. And they are … Continue reading

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