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Why be Quiet at the Grocery Store?

Why by quiet at the grocery store? Why is everyone so somber or intently quiet at the grocery store, with perhaps the exception of  the occasional child who wants to pressure their mother for a cereal or candy?  The next time you walk around the grocery store, observe people.  Some…

Imagine the chains that would fall away if one realized they were truly immortal?

Living the Magic: A Walk on the Lighter Side

We spend our days walking through this world with our daily trappings and responsibilities, but quite often we forget to live.  In early spring while it was still cold outside, and the winter seemed like it would never end I wrote and published a short book entitled ‘Living the Magic: A…

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‘The Art of Sales Management’ = My New eBook

My newest eBook is now available on Amazon.  It my third book overall, and it is by far the largest project I have done so far.  It is called: The Art of Sales Management: Lessons Learned on the Fly.  It covers my years as a sales manager in Georgia, and…

Hint: Think 'fuzzy' in the foreground.

Can You Find the Squirrel?

There is a squirrel hiding in this park populated by geese, trying to fit in and not be recognized. Can you see him? Did anyone notice he was there?  By the way, our squirrels in Battle Creek are jet black.  Supposedly imported from elsewhere.

Goose stepping in the snow.

Goose Stepping

If you read my blog, you know by now that I love to carry a camera with me whenever I am about.  One morning I had a few minutes before heading into work, so I pulled into a small park.  I rolled down the window and took a photo of…

Typewriters

The Fresh Magic of a New Year

January always impresses upon me the freshness of a New Year.  Thinking about the twelve months ahead seems somewhat magical in a sense.  It is like an clean sheet of paper in a typewriter, and you are at the keys waiting to write.  The air is crisp and cold, and…

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Kissing a Toad, Hoping for a Prince

Over the Thanksgiving weekend I visited Miami, Florida.  On Sunday, my wife and I took time to visit a tourist trap in the Everglades where they took you on a boat ride and then you got to sit in at a small nature show.  As part of the nature show,…

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Bulldog Food Catcher

I always enjoy watching animals and their owners in social settings.  Here is a bulldog I came across that was seated at a outdoor cafe along the Lincoln Mall Ave outdoor shopping district in Miami, Florida over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend 2011.  He was casually tossing food into the air…

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Kissing a Toad

I attended an local animal show at a Gator park in the Everglades just outside of Miami recently, and as part of this show the man handling the animals had a lady in the audience kiss a toad.  It was a really large toad, and he climbed up the steps…

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Thanksgiving Day Quotes for Reflection in 2011

Being that today is Thanksgiving in the USA, I thought I would share some famous quotes about the holiday.  Here are some that I found that I thought would be fun to share: “The observance of Thanksgiving Day–as a function–has become general of late years. The Thankfulness is not so…

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What About the Cork?

What about the cork? Have you ever gotten to the bottom of a bottle of wine among friends, and toss the bottle, only to discover at the end of the evening that he cork is still sitting somewhere to be found later? Sometimes it is sitting lonely on the corkscrew…

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Memories of Ludlow Porch

I lived in Atlanta, Georgia from the Mid 80’s through the late 90’s.  On a local radio station, WSB, there was a long running popular daytime show by a Southern humorist who called himself ‘Ludlow Porch’.  His real name was Bobby Crawford Hanson, and his step brother was the popular Southern humorist…