The Costumes We Wear by Linda Freedland

Costumes are not just for Halloween. Often, the costumes we wear define us. Policemen, firefighters, doctors. Until I began working, I never understood how your job determines the clothing, or in some cases, the costumes, you will be expected to wear. I’ve never liked to conform, preferring to color outside the box. But when I … Continue reading The Costumes We Wear by Linda Freedland

One Hundred Elephants by June Hannay Kosier

Things aren’t always what they seem. You should never “assume” anything because it makes an “ass” of you and “me”. You can’t judge a book by its cover. These are all clichés, but true. There is a fable about three blind men encountering an elephant. The first blindman feels the elephant’s tail and thinks it … Continue reading One Hundred Elephants by June Hannay Kosier

Rights, responsibilities, risks, rewards, regrets…. by Kathy Barlow

Regrets can take many forms - that opportunity not taken, that relationship which collapsed, the hurt feelings from harsh words - and each category can pitch you into a conundrum of feelings from mild discomfort to downright depression. My story is a true story, one that I have shared with potential employers when on a … Continue reading Rights, responsibilities, risks, rewards, regrets…. by Kathy Barlow