Step away from the ledge Oregon Ducks football fans

Posted by David on November 24, 2013 in Oregon Ducks, Sports |

Many Oregon Ducks fans (myself included) were extremely optimistic that this would finally be the year they could break through and win that elusive BCS Championship. Heading into the season we had two potential Heisman Trophy candidates in Marcus Mariota and De’Anthony Thomas. Most of the offense from last year’s record-breaking team returned. There were […]


Wings for Autism™ Set To Fly Into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport!

Posted by David on November 19, 2013 in Autism |

Now this is a very cool idea: Wings for Autism at SeaTac Airport on Jan, 25th For many people with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities, the experience of air travel can be overwhelming and difficult, making trips seem impossible. Wings for Autism is an airport rehearsal specially designed for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, […]


Know the Perils of These ID Theft Scams

Posted by David on November 14, 2013 in Marketing, Technology |

A generation ago, scams came to our doors via mail including details on pyramid schemes or get-rich-quick plots. Today, the same scams arrive at our digital doorstep, but they’ve hidden their intention so that you have no idea what you’re getting into. ID Analytics suggests that no less than 10 thousand different identity theft rings […]



After further review…My final look at Oregon-Stanford

Posted by David on November 12, 2013 in Oregon Ducks |

I meant to write this post yesterday, but work and lack of sleep (Stone woke me up at 4 am) meant an early bedtime and no blogging. But now that sufficient time has passed and I’ve had to wade through the expected “expert” analysis of the Ducks loss at Stanford, I thought I’d offer one […]


Stanford breaks Oregon’s heart(s) yet again: what went wrong in Palo Alto

Posted by David on November 8, 2013 in Oregon Ducks |

Heading into tonight game between Stanford and Oregon, I was like most Duck fans and college football pundits in expecting the Ducks to easily cover the 11 point spread in this year’s contest. Boy, I have never been so wrong in my life when it came to predicting a college football game. I chalked up […]


Keeping It Real: When Autism Bites

Posted by David on November 2, 2013 in Autism, Autism, Parenting, Stone, Twins |

The majority of my posts and updates about Stone tend to be positive and optimistic – I love sharing the notes emailed to us from his teachers and therapists that showcase some of the progress he’s made in any given area – no matter how small. And the response I receive from this sharing is […]

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