Commentary by Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life
Monday, December 28, 2015
I see my dermatologist today. To be a skin doctor in Arizona is to operate in a target-rich environment. People in my generation were regularly tossed outside for large portions of our childhood. Sun block was nonexistent. Suntan lotion was the ticket if any lotion was used at all. As a result, yesterday's beach bunnies have become today's old lizards. This visit will involve dry ice and burning; perhaps even some cutting. Boo Radley may have been onto something.