A few years ago, I thought seriously about running for a seat on the Las Vegas City Council. I wasn’t sure I’d like all the work and responsibilities (let alone be able to control my emotions). So instead, I first decided to run for an open seat on the H.O.A. board in The Lakes. This H.O.A. has 2,205 homes, so it’s basically a small city. I surmised this would be a good “test run.” I also hoped to learn lots of things. Well, I certainly have learned a lot of things.
Lesson #1: I’m really not very good at this sort of thing.
EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY:
THE VIEW ON THE OTHER SIDE
SELCUK, IZMIR PROVINCE, TURKEY (1999)