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March 19 2015

One school decision in our home has been made. We have accepted an admission offer from Drew School for our daughter to join their high school class of 2019. Yes, Middle is going to private school. *gasp* *sigh* *disappointed glance*[…]

March 13 2015

March 13, 2015 Possible upcoming blog posts: Tales of a reluctant private school family Still in public school . . . sort of Well, we weren’t expecting THAT Today and tomorrow we will be receiving high school notifications: public school[…]

February 21 2015

February 21, 2015 I do not expect every day’s reflection to be so easily inspired, but this fourth day of Lent was kind of a no-brainer. I awoke this morning to a couple of updates on Facebook letting me know[…]

October 22 2014

BRC and Friends is a 30-minute Google Hangout where I chat with friends and adventurers from around the interwebs. Each episode includes conversations about one of my guests passions, projects or area of expertise, a current events or two and we[…]

October 9 2014

BRC and Friends is a 30-minute Google Hangout where I chat with friends and adventurers from around the interwebs. Each episode includes conversations about one of my guests passions, projects or area of expertise, a current events or two and we[…]

September 15 2014

These past few weeks have been a tad bit stressful in our home. Not only do we have a high school senior who is fully immersed in her college application process, but even MORE stressful — we have an 8th grader beginning to[…]

September 8 2014

The route to my girls’ school takes us over a hill so narrow that two cars cannot fit side by side. When there are oncoming cars one driver must yield the right of way, duck behind a parked car, and/or otherwise[…]

August 18 2014

I am just going to go ahead and title this year, The Year of Living Weepily. Not sure how this happened, but Eldest is entering her senior year. Yeah, yeah, yeah, generations upon generations have made it through this stage of[…]

July 12 2014

This summer my two youngest daughters wanted to learn how to skateboard. Not really sure why skateboarding, but whenever they want to try something that has not been traditionally defined as a “girls” activity, I’m all for it. Knowing nothing about[…]

July 2 2013

For so many reason, I love Pride Weekend in San Francisco. While I am sure some lament the rather tame atmosphere that it now has, I am glad that more and more folks feel as though the Pride Parade and[…]

March 21 2013

No, I’m not giving up Social Media for Lent. My 2013 Lenten discipline is to give thanks to God for those who have helped me to grow into who God intends for me to be and become. See all of my 2013[…]

February 25 2013

No, I’m not giving up Social Media for Lent. My 2013 Lenten discipline is to give thanks to God for those who have helped me to grow into who God intends for me to be and become. See all of my 2013[…]

April 16 2012

One of my many ongoing projects, the Be the Change series highlights fascinating who people I meet during my travels. These are folks who are doing the hard work of changing the world for the better by living out their passions and sharing[…]

March 8 2012

On this International Women’s Day, I remember my own family members, especially my grandparents who worked in the fields, canneries restaurants, stores of in order to make a living and create a life for their families.  I can’t imagine what they had[…]

March 7 2012

Combining my spiritual discipline of photography and my long-time love of San Francisco, here is the next installment in my series “My San Francisco.” There is a little more info here, but suffice it to say that I am not trying to[…]

January 5 2012

As part of my commitment to a couple of book projects, this spring I am taking a personal blogging hiatus and have invited some folks to blog in my stead. It is my intention help share some new voices and perspectives with a larger audience and keep my[…]

December 22 2011

For the past 20+ years the interfaith community has organized a Vigil for the Homeless Dead each year during the Christmas season. Held last night, right across the street from San Francisco’s City Hall, this is a time for people[…]

November 22 2011

This past weekend on the heels of the raid of the 101 California Occupy SF encampment, I and other members of the faith community attended a rally in support of the ongoing presence of Occupy San Francisco.  Held right in the middle of[…]

November 15 2011

Photo : Blue Dot Imagery This past weekend I had the privilege of seeing Nicole Maxali’s – pronounced “Mah-SHAH-Lee” – solo performance, “Forgetting the Details.” The story of Maxali’s journey from childhood to adulthood as she navigated some hard realities of her family, the plot revolved[…]

November 7 2011

On Tuesday San Franciscans will head to the polls to vote in one of the more interesting mayoral elections in recent memory. Unlike the Newsome/Gonzales battle of 2003 when it was a two-person battle, this year, out of the 16 candidates in the[…]

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