Bob is an associate director at the Wasserman Center, and has been rooted there since 1996. If he hadn't gotten his one poem published, he'd probably still be thinking about a MFA, and a possible writing career. For now, it's enough that he ride his 8-speed folding bike on broken pavements across the Hudson, dreaming of lightweight carbon frames and doing a century somewhere pretty. Nothing, apparently, is ever as it seems. Who knew that a former corporate accountant could morph (via 4 graduate programs) into a career development professional? And why does a north Jersey kid pull for the Minnesota Vikings? Questions abound, and a line is never truly linear: Guess it's all part of the mystery. But, despite the mistakes, the wrong turns, and the dubious decisions, sometimes -- just sometimes -- you end up where you were meant to be. And, hopefully, that's ok.