"This is Me at 50" series continues: A lifetime of "steps" and maturity make a real father, daughter relationship
Like a lot of kids growing up in the 70s and 80s, I watched a boat load of TV. While it didn’t rot my brain necessarily—as my parents often warned—it did leave a lasting impression. Thank you, television, for making me who I am today.
In the latest, "This is Me at 50," read how two "Little Girls" met by chance and their hearts became sisters and the closest of friends.
Both of my grandparents died when my mom was pregnant with me. Through story, I've been able to get to know them.
Hearing of the passing of one of my colleagues, I'm reflecting deeply today about the importance of mentors in our lives, and the many ways that love is expressed among beings—even (or especially) in the workplace. Jack Challem was a bestselling author, fine art photographer and also my friend.