“Remember when the TV used to get fuzzy and go all crazy when your Mom used the mixer or a blender? Good times.” ~ Tom
Some know I have a “creative” side – so I’m sharing some of the things I have created that I like and I have updated my digitally me page with the images below. Enjoy!
There are just some days when the moments we experience are very poignant. Moments that bring everything back to what really matters.
With all that is happening around us – we sometimes lose site of the things that really matter. It’s easy to worry about being on time for work, to get upset that your kid doesn’t put their dish in the dishwasher or to let the everyday “little things” hide from you all that is right in your life.
I have done a poor job of staying on track so far with my training for the 10K in June. I am behind by 2 weeks according to the plan I’m using and I am facing the 5K in April with less than 4 weeks of available time to get in any measurable training effort. I am not as concerned though as maybe I should be for a couple of reasons.
The other day was one of those days that makes many people feel depressed, sad and just plain gloomy. Which is understandable considering the gray skies, damp cold temperatures and the general perceived dreariness. Whenever there are days like this it reminds me of something my father wrote in a letter to my oldest daughter Shannon, on the day she was born… Continue Reading…