Life has a funny way of slapping us around—first a jab, then a sharp right hook. And down we go hitting the canvas like a full sack of potatoes then struggling to get up before the count. It’s been a wild ride the last month. In the middle of starting a new business, the need … Read moreIs Life Slapping You Around?
If you don’t know by now, I love technology. It can assist our productivity, automate routine tasks and make life easier. It can also enslave us and bring us under its spell. So is technology good or evil? This is such a good question. Technology is Good I love todoist, my todo app. It syncs … Read moreIs Technology Good or Evil?
It was a red 1956 Thunderbird just sitting there, hidden in 5′ tall weeds. Dad was an avid gardener with a love for growing fresh vegetables. It was his way to relax, and I was generally a part of the labor. Rototilling, forming up the rows, planting, watering, and weeding were things I could always … Read moreIt was a Red 1956 T-Bird
Working is in my DNA. Going back as far as my experience allows, both my grandfathers were hard workers. They are still an inspiration to me to this day, even though they have been gone for decades. My maternal grandfather, Walter, was a cobbler by trade. He was also a deaf-mute. I guess today … Read moreI’m struggling with the term Retirement
The bucking was fierce. Back and forth, up and down. Then, as quickly as it began, it quit. Once again I failed to meet the challenge. But I was determined. Again and again, the bucking continued until I rode to the metaphorical buzzer. I was thirteen years old and all I thought about was cars. … Read moreA Real Bucking Bronco