Your Kid Will Come Out to You

This was a long thread of tweets I posted in August of 2018, but since tomorrow, October 11th is Coming Out Day, I figured I could turn it into a blog post. Watching the first episode of Making It… and between the laughs, there was a terrible moment where a man revealed that his parents… Continue reading Your Kid Will Come Out to You

Roadtrip Media Survival Guide

The family just did our big annual road trip to see my family in Northern VA.  That meant over twenty hours on the road.  I almost always create a new Roadtrips playlist every year (first in iTunes, then Rdio, now Spotify).  This year’s was a little different since I let the kids add songs to… Continue reading Roadtrip Media Survival Guide

I’m on Team #OfficeHours

Inspired by Matt’s tweet, I’m trying out offering office hours. You grab half an hour of my time and we can chat about whatever you think I can help you with. If you’re in Savannah, I also like to do coffee meetings weekdays between 8-9, but you should email me about those. Some rules, because… Continue reading I’m on Team #OfficeHours

Susie King Taylor Community School

I’m on the governing board of Susie King Taylor Community School, and it’s been amazing to watch the progress the school’s made even since I joined in December. It’s a different model for Savannah, and one that I hope works well enough that it pulls the rest of the school system forward. If you’re a… Continue reading Susie King Taylor Community School

On Uncomfortable Topics: Rules and Sexual Harassment

I realized I’ve never written these down, so… here are the rules I try to follow, and that I’ve given my kids in some form or another over the years. I haven’t always followed them, because I honestly didn’t know they were a problem, and needed to be rules. Some of them are a lot… Continue reading On Uncomfortable Topics: Rules and Sexual Harassment

#YallDoGood: Shout Out Your Community’s Unsung Heroes

There are people in your community doing great things completely unnoticed, except maybe by you. So, this weekend, maybe take a minute between the latest outrage and trying to ignore the latest outrage to give your local unsung do-gooder a high five, or buy them coffee, or a big shout out on social media to… Continue reading #YallDoGood: Shout Out Your Community’s Unsung Heroes

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