Last updated May 28, 2017.

Things You Don’t Say Out Loud (No Audio)

Chuckles

Here’s a list of things I try to keep to myself

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Last updated May 20, 2017.

Artists and Change

Narrated | People

If a favorite musical artist, who hadn’t been on the map for 10 years dropped a new album that sounded just like the last one, you’d be disappointed.

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Last updated May 22, 2017.

Thank You For Your Service

Narrated | People

What do you say when someone thanks you for your service?

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Last updated May 20, 2017.

I Used to Look Just Like Her

Narrated | Open Letter

I stumble through superficial conversation with her even though that’s the only kind we have.

We always trudge through the surface-level basics

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Last updated May 20, 2017.

My Pleasure

Instruction | Narrated

Employees at Chick-fil-A are trained to respond with “my pleasure” when a customer says thank you. Some are enthusiastic; some are just reading from the script. This isn’t about the purpose of the response

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Last updated May 20, 2017.

Oh, Public Speaking, Where Is Thy Sting?

Instruction | Narrated

Public speaking – some of us get uncomfortable by just saying the words.
This article will not transform you

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Last updated Jun 1, 2017.

36 Things I’m Old Enough to Remember (no audio)

Chuckles

For my 36th birthday, here’s 36 things I’m old enough to remember.

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Last updated May 20, 2017.

Thank You, Mrs Byington

Narrated | Open Letter

10th grade. On the bus to school, I remembered that Mrs. Byington challenged us to memorize Marc Antony’s eulogy for his deceased homeboy, Julius Caesar

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Last updated May 4, 2017.

If I Was In A Band

Chuckles | Narrated

I own a harmonica. I’ll probably, definitely probably start a band

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Last updated May 4, 2017.

Just A Man

Narrated | People

I understand why we idolize the intelligent, accomplished, and successful. I don’t understand why we elevate others to a plane where mistakes aren’t made.

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