Quiet please

Sometimes I just need quiet. Really please quiet. Today my boss asked me if I had a few minutes to catch up on some stuff. He asks me this all the time. Then he told me that he was leaving. He is hands down the best manager I have ever reported to. One of he…

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One Holiday at a Time Please

I love this time of year. Well mostly I do. I don’t mind that the weather is colder; but I am not such a fan of the darkness so early. I love the holidays, but one at a time PLEASE! We have gone right from the mind numbing political advertisement season, into the over the…

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My First TV

This weekend I bought my first TV. I have always had handle down televisions, and they have always worked fine. My last television belonged to my grandmother, and she has been passed for 5 years now and she had to have have it for at least 5 years. It was a giant picture tube TV.…

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Observations (in words) from Halloween

No one gives out nearly enough dark chocolate candy. Malted Milkballs have been, and alway will be gross. It’s like eating subpar chocolate on stale old bread. Ew. My favorite mainstream candy is rich dark chocolate and peanut butter, or on the more luxiousious side, Ferrero Rocher, or anything creamy and hazelnut. No matter what it is,…

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It’s All Blowing Away

6:18 PM and Hurricane Sandy is blowing through. It’s come, but not yet gone. In my neck of the woods it was wet, and it was windy, but only saw one tree down on my last walk. It was literally ripped up at the roots. I feel lucky because during last year’s storm and this…

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Here and there and everywhere

Where have I been lately? What have I been up to you are wondering? It’s pretty simple really. I have been trying to get my arms around this new promotion that I got, and keep my head above water as I learn all the moving parts, new responsibilities and try to do it all with…

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Cousins

No matter how long it is between visits. No matter how different our paths may be. We are always cousins and we can always pick up where we left of.  

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