Parents Pave The Way

I still get giddy every time my name gets mentioned in the paper, I secretly record the news when I get interviewed, and my two favorite articles about the digitally nomadic period of my life from different newspapers hang proudly in my office.  It’s still humbling to see your name in print, your face on-screen, […]

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My Boys’ First Movie Theater

I have racked my brain to try to remember the first movie I ever saw in a theater and I don’t know.  I can remember my sitter, Mrs. Riordan, taking me to see Fantasia when I was very little but I’m sure my parents took me to something before that.  Its hard remembering back that […]

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Finding Your Tribe

We’ve all heard the phrase “You don’t know what you’ve got till its gone.”  However, maybe you just need an outside perspective to appreciate them.  Harvester Arts (an organization I am Co-founder of) brought visiting artist George Ferrandi to Wichita for a two-week residency.  Like any time someone visits your city for the first time […]

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From Label Whore to Polo Bore

There was a time in my life when narcissistic sentences would erupt from my mouth like, “I don’t wait in lines.”  Or, “I don’t believe in black licorice.”  Or, “I only shop at Villains-Vault.”  While my hatred of waiting in lines during my 20’s and the taste of black licorice lead to many nights forcing […]

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