Change

Change By Maile Sundquist I remember watching an episode of Hoarders where a counselor was talking with a woman who hoarded, who still had her young teenage boy under her roof.  They were discussing her behavior and addressing the piles and boxes filled with everything he had ever owned or created.  The counselor asked the […]

The Death of Imagination (Nurturing Imagination in the Digital Age)

The Death of Imagination (Nurturing Imagination in the Digital Age) By Maile Sundquist Although I grew up in the ’80s with the emergence of the PC, my family never had a lot of money and I didn’t obtain my first computer until I was 20.  It wasn’t until I went to college seven years later […]

Ohana

Ohana By Maile Sundquist My heart is both heavy and full tonight.  I recently lost two uncles – the last of my father’s four siblings – making it the end of a generation on that side of my family.  My father passed in 1990 of cancer and having the last of his siblings pass has […]