As with every company, there’s turnover. I’ve had the privilege to work with some of the brightest individuals in the digital advertising industry; not necessarily past-tense; I still do – those closest to me know who my work squad is, we’ve just lost a lot of remarkable people in the few years I’ve been here. […]
As with every company, there’s turnover. I’ve had the privilege to work with some of the brightest individuals in the digital advertising industry; not necessarily past-tense; I still do – those closest to me know who my work squad is, we’ve just lost a lot of remarkable people in the few years I’ve been here. It’s always difficult to say goodbye to people you’ve grown accustom to; especially as of late. With these changes come the end of some relationships and the growth of others. No one can predict which way the pendulum will swing but I think I’m beginning to finally embrace the uncertainty. It’s what adds value to the relationships I do have; these are the ones worthy of my time and efforts.
Through these developments, I’ve been reminded of the following poem by Robert J. Hastings – it’s called The Station. I first read this poem in college; it was a creative writing assignment. The purpose of the assignment was to outline the contextual premise and present it to the class – we then engaged in a discussion of agreements and disagreements. Even now, the premise remains the same, I just think it resonates a bit deeper. [Read More…]
Alright, here I go. This is officially my first attempt to put together a fashion post, please be gentle.
Cat (the sissy) and I went to a lovely tea party this past weekend and as we walked over to the event location, we stumbled upon the perfect wall to have a little photo op. She looked cute as ever, I felt cute as ever and the lighting made it an opportune time to capture the moment – so why not?
I’ve had these pieces for years now, they’re classics in my opinion and can be used in so many different ways with various combos. I’m all about the combos – you get the most bang for your buck! As I’ve learned through my many, many years of practicing the art of shopping – it’s all about quality not quantity. I’ve actually found myself being more selective with pieces I purchase. I’d prefer to spend a bit more money on something of quality rather than purchasing something that will fall apart in a year. It’s appropriate in most cases but there are always exceptions; like socks, who would spend a ton on socks? If you do, I apologize I mean no offense against your sock-game. [Read More…]