Monthly Archives: May 2014

Wisdom comes from many sources, and so does inspiration

What is wisdom? I’m not sure I have any but I know I have loads of experience, some of it mistakes, hopefully not too many repeats in there. But I have learned, and I have observed and I probably know … Continue reading

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I am, but I’m not

It’s nice when you can get them, meals that is. I am only part Hobbit I suspect, the part that likes second breakfasts. When you get up early like I tend to do,  and eat about 7 AM, on and … Continue reading

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Yet our useless fascination goes on

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
In this age of the quantified self, we measure how many hours we slept, steps we took, calories we burned. Yet we know nothing about ourselves. We spend more time checking-in to our stats…

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Pets, the critters get under the skin, lucky us

When I was a young tyke, my family lived in a small town, Quesnel, BC.  It seems a kind of Mayberry and that would make me Opie I suppose.  (are you whistling the theme song “the fishing hole yet? ) … Continue reading

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Parents: Lung capacity is key when choosing an inflatable toy

Originally posted on Ned's Blog:
(Because I am still off the grid and out of air from inflating water toys over the weekend, I am offering this re-post from the archives as a warning to parents as they kick…

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Only two words

Originally posted on Life and Random Thinking:
This post started in grade 12. I went to Burnaby North High School.  Sitting around talking with my closest friends; we challenged each other to find only two words to describe each other.…

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