When I read Fabiola Santiago's Op-Ed piece on Publix https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/fabiola-santiago/article248817950.html?mc_cid=1ec6218bf3&mc_eid=b8eb60c724, I really wanted to just laugh it off as the latest nonsense that passes for writing these days. In the piece, she suggests a boycott of Publix Supermarkets for the political contribution of the founder's daughter to the rally on January 6. In addition, she … Continue reading Time to Cancel Cancel Culture?
Last year, while carpooling my eighth-grader and his friends after school, I listened to their conversation about the much debated Muslim ban. My son and his friend made comments about how "dumb and also unconstitutional" it was. Another friend argued the executive order was constitutional. He gave the following as his argument: "Imagine if someone … Continue reading The Power of Stories
I called my friend yesterday and greeted him with "Hey, I called you because I'm driving and can't text." It wasn't exactly a lie. I was driving. What bothered me is that I felt compelled to apologize for not texting. The truth is I called him because I wanted to hear his voice and have … Continue reading Call Me – Maybe