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Week In Review – 26 Jul 2020

For the past four months or so, my time have been spent mostly at home indoor for social distancing because of the coronavirus.  As much an introvert as I am, not difficult for me to understand why some folks are … Continue reading

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Painting With Words

  Painter uses a brush, and writer employees a pen.  Both are sharing a story just their mediums are different.  But their creative processes are more similar than what the end products appear – book versus painting. Perhaps because I … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 2 Feb 2020

Politics, public health, and personal confession all wrapped into one packed week. First the US Senate struggled over the impeachment trial of President Trump.  “Struggled” because all the senators were locked in one chamber for the duration of the triaL, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 16 Jun 2019

Week 8 concludes my endurance phase of the marathon training.   My aerobic capacity and fuel management (i.e. fat burning) are coming along nicely.  Take yesterday’s 17 miles for instance: it was tiring but better compared to the 16 miles I … Continue reading

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Reblog: the long month of february

February is not one of my favorite months.  In fact, it’s the month that I often escape from.  Why?  Because of the winter cold. My longing for warmer days is neatly captured in the post “the long month of february.” … Continue reading

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Sunday – My Favorite Day Of The Week

Friday used to be my favorite day of the week.  Knowing it’s the end of the work week and with a weekend ahead, my feeling was both relief (for the former) and anticipation (for the later).  Excitement galore. That favorite … Continue reading

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Knowledge Is Power? Only If . . .

No.  knowledge is not power.  Not if you don’t use it.   Like books, sitting on the shelves collecting dust, they contain plenty of information but are useless if not used. What makes it even worse is that 90% of our knowledge … Continue reading

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Blame The Burrito

Not going to complain about the weather.  Why bother? Not going to complain about the government shutdown. Nuff said. If must, the burrito I ate will be my complaint. Not that it wasn’t good.  Too good in fact. That’s why … Continue reading

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Between Movie and Life

In movies, every moment is captured, on film. Frame by frame. The details, angles, settings, etc. orchestrated with an ending in mind.  I used to remind my kids that movie is not real in case they decide to put on … Continue reading

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Frozen In Place

Beginning of January.  Feel like I am frozen in place.  The only constant companion is the sound of the furnace – gallantly blowing hot air in battling this chill.  Can’t imaging what would happen if without it (i.e. the furnace). … Continue reading

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