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Jokers Are Wild

Please, just get me outside for a little while

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Yesterday’s bike ride to High School so i could ride home with our Son. Needed to get outside. The Tilley Hat was purchased last Summer in Glacier National Park. The headwind is pushing the front flap up so i look like a stereotypical goober.

 

Please, just get me outside for a little while.

A six or seven-mile bike ride seemed perfect.

And it was.

i had been inside the Waldorf Astoria ballroom from 7am – 2pm.

 

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Carving Out A Life

First day of Thanksgiving 2015 School Break

Blurry photo
This recent, blurry photo is a good metaphor for this post. Time flies and we look back in a blur.

 

First day of Thanksgiving 2015 School Break. The high school freshman will learn to manage his free time because he has a week of it, yet he has a fair amount of homework.

The small business entrepreneur must also learn to manage time. The temptation to work all day, everyday is strong because what he does never feels like work.

Both the teen and the dad will only get a few of these type of weeks – “no official work required” – abundant time together, lots of options for things to do.

 

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October 2009

More Ovaltine Please?

“More Ovaltine please”?  A classic commercial tag line from American television and radio.

More Ovaline?  No.

More pictures and You Tube videos please.  I hear ya.  I’m with ya.  Busy.  Man, am I busy!

All good things take time.  Which is why I give myself some credit for coming so far in only six months.

Six months?  Well, writing consistently for six months.

The actual vision for doing this started about 30 years ago in college.  That’s a tale for another time (maybe).