I want to give a special thanks to those who weathered the storm and the flooding to allow for Texans not only the opportunity to collect essential supplies but even more offer a comfort of routine in a very unpredictable time. None of it would have been possible without the cashiers, sales associates, and managers … Continue reading Special Service Announcement: The Overlooked Heroes of Harvey
I sat on the phone with my best friend from childhood, she was alone with her nearly two year old son and seeking counsel. Her voice was strong, but I could hear the tinge of concern in it, while I am a Houston ex-pat, this would be her first ever real hurricane to endure. … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey: The Facts That Matter
There is no denying the polarizing divide that has hit this nation since the course of the election. Republican versus Democrats morphed into Hillary VS Trump which then resulted in this violent outburst of the 'MAGA' Tribe VS The 'Not My President' Tribe. We are divided by ideals, by our news stations, and have allowed … Continue reading Stop Calling Them Sheep
Do you ever stop to consider what your bag communicates to the world? I'm not talking about the next top brand, or the hottest new trend, I'm talking about your basic style. Are you a crossover kind of dude, or tote kind of girl? I have been through so many styles of bags for … Continue reading What Does Your Bag Say About You?
Six Hammering Men These men represent the mall machine and their arms the monotonous routine. Their simple movement is consistent not conformed to the duplicated trade agent but the shifting structure as a whole. Their hearts the gears and arms the metal; They are monotonous and eternal. The mall; a looped track on turn over; An operation of shrouded loss and return. The shifting … Continue reading Anonymity in Retail