Month: February 2011


Brown Gold by Eric Schreibman

“Daddy, come here! Right away! You have to see this — NOW!” Cole could not contain his vibrant enthusiasm as he raced down the hallway, summoning me to witness his first masterpiece, wrought of angst, yet also of the indomitable […]

The Wisdom of Grief

Understanding Your Kids When Someone Close Passes On A few weeks ago my Father, aka Big Daddy, “graduated from the school of life with honors”, as I refer to it. He was quietly a remarkable man who raised four successful […]

Passing the Pen

My father was a high school football fanatic. He dabbled as a part-time sports writer for a small East Texas newspaper and, in review of his old sport clippings, I have to say he was a smooth writer. Unfortunately, for […]