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Expectations and Future Resentments

December 12, 2012
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Hard to believe 2012 is on its way out. The meaning of Christmas certainly has diversified, but this is not the time for that subject. I was thinking the other day about one of my…

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“Experts”

October 12, 2012
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It occurred to me recently that there are a lot of experts who cover a lot of things in our society anymore. We have financial professionals who are passionate about being more expert than you…

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Words Matter

October 10, 2012
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One of my all-time favorite comedians is Norm Crosby. His claim to fame is his constant use of malapropisms. To site an example of Crosby’s lingo, electoral votes are not electoral. They are electrical… I…

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Decisions… Decisions…

October 3, 2012
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I am constantly challenged with the virtue of learning patience. There are times when I genuinely get it (but countless others when my type ‘A’ personality intervenes because it will have nothing to do with…

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Reunions

September 29, 2012
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I had the glorious opportunity to go back to a place from my distant past recently. It was an amazing reunion in a gorgeous little ski town in the heart of the Rockies. I saw…

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Entitlement

September 20, 2012
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I’m a big fan of spark words. It brings me back to my high school English classes when the teacher would task us to write something based on a word. It’s a great writing practice;…

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Reflections

September 11, 2012
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While I’ve often said I can find humor in anything, there is nothing humorous about what happened eleven years ago today—a time that has been tattooed in the memories of every American. Instead of taking…

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Where DO These Thoughts Come From?

September 6, 2012
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It seems I’ve been reflecting a lot about the many jobs I’ve had over the years. What’s interesting is how my perspective has changed from then to now. I’ve always worked in an administrative capacity…

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Look It Up In the Dictionary

August 29, 2012
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Sometimes I honestly believe I know what a dinosaur would feel like if he happened upon our 21st Century. This is not to say I’m as old as a dinosaur; rather, times have changed considerably…

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Scissors and Edible Paste

August 25, 2012
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I recall my first day of Kindergarten and (sort-of) being sad that my mom was leaving me. When she led me by my little hand into that amazing new environment I forgot she was still…

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