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16 Sep Conditionally Unconditional

As much as my life is defined by my role as a father, I will be the first person to admit that I am by no means a perfect one. In fact, I'm a lot more imperfect than I'd like at times. Our older daughter is "spirited" beyond belief. Honestly, she acts like a 13 year old more than a...

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03 Sep Vacation with Kids is No Vacation

For the past two weeks, my kids have had no camp or day care. My wife and i have swapped time mostly, so that one of us can get some work done. Last week, we stayed in Upstate, NY. My wife typically gets up with the kids first and then wakes me after an hour or so and goes back...

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19 Aug A Dream of Dad

I had a really crazy second round dream this morning about my father. By second round I mean the kids had woken up at 6:30 and we had all gotten back to sleep for a little bit, so it was a thin sleep that didn't feel like sleep. In the dream, I got a few letters from American Express that had...

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17 Aug About the Trailer

view the trailer When my father died 3 and a half years ago, I was in a bit of emotional shock for quite some time. Despite taking on his role as the family leader during the turmoil that followed his death, I managed to shoot a couple of short videos on my brother's little photo camera. A couple of weeks later, as...

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11 Aug Alana’s Script and The Doc

Alana and I have been working on her script together for the past couple of weeks. It's a very strong script and my method of working on something like this is to try and keep as much as possible intact while adding and deleting as needed. Mostly at this point my goal is to trim out things that don't move...

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