Tag Archives: Babies

Not My Genes

Our  grandson Maddox is four days old. Nice hair. I’m jealous. I took an overhead selfie today to remind myself that I’m not four days old and am more like how I remember my grandfather looking before he died in … Continue reading

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Herd Immunity

There has been a meme floating around that asks the question, “So you think we are smarter as a society than we used to be?” The response: “50 years ago, the owners manual for a new car told you how … Continue reading

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The Perfect Pivot

One of the most valuable benefits of smart phones is that when it seems that the world is not cooperating with your plans, you can pull out your phone, view photos/videos of your grandchildren,  . .  and not care about … Continue reading

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Do It For Yourself

I needed to see this today: Forgive others. Not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace! Today’s quote of the day, courtesy of Susan Rex at Relationship Matters. Not related to the topic at all, but here is … Continue reading

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Happy Grandfather’s Day

Yes, I’m well aware that today is also Mother’s Day and I worked out many of the relative  details  ahead of time.  I have already spoken to my mother (at 0650 hrs.)  for the first of at least two times … Continue reading

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Snippets

Recently overheard at a Rotary Meeting. . . “If God did not forgive sinners, heaven would be empty” “What is the difference between being successful versus being significant?”  Thanks to Dr. Bill Sasser for both. Not from a meeting, but … Continue reading

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On Gratitude

Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow. –Melody Beattie   It is amazing how one little redhead can change the way you look at the world. She helps me make sense … Continue reading

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It’s Been A long Week

It has been a long week. By most anyone’s standards. Several 12-hour days, helping a new staff member get acclimated to our office (with lots of competent help assisting me with the task) Then, at age 60, I will be … Continue reading

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The Week In Review (No Politics. . . Mostly)

Things are starting to settle down and I’m not having to commute 262 miles each day.  Thank you to the owner of my company for providing me a place to stay. Driving that much leaves little time or mental reserves … Continue reading

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Imagination

The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. -Albert Einstein The imagination of a baby is limitless. . .  fun to observe up close while it fuels your own imagination. Big. Red likes to get up close and … Continue reading

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