Gone in 30 seconds… 30 years…

OK, I have a test – a very
very simple test.

I’d like you to sit there for 30 seconds.

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Do you know what I did in that 30 seconds
that you were counting ?… —-> Continue…

About your balanced Life – Part 2

The other day I was talking
about moderation and balance.

If you didn’t have the opportunity to read it,
you’re going to want to do that FIRST -
otherwise a few pieces of this puzzle
are going to be missing, and I’m sure
both of us want to see the whole picture.… —-> Continue…

What will save you?

The story has been told about a man
who was at home taking a nap,
when suddenly there was a frantic
pounding on his front door.
Opening the door, a young boy
hurriedly informed him that a flood
was coming and that he needed
to evacuate immediately.… —-> Continue…

What we know VS what they know…

expectations
It occurred to me the other day that at times
I hold too high of expectations for my son.
Actually, it was the other day + 5 years.
I jotted down the thought with the intent on
finishing it sooner than now, but here we are.… —-> Continue…

Don’t miss out; Dance in this Life…

Several years ago a friend gave me a
cassette tape that was a compilation
of mostly country music.
It was meant to be a joke,
because everyone knew I
couldn’t stand country music.
Not knowing what was on the tape, I played it.… —-> Continue…

Do you have $3 to spare? A priceless lesson…

When I heard the
tapping on the window,
I froze.  It’s dark out,
and I had pulled off the
road into an empty parking
lot of a closed service station
to find out what had fallen
off  of the seat next to me.… —-> Continue…

How do you want to feel?

Several weeks ago I had fallen quite hard
while running on snow covered concrete.
Not a brilliant thing to do.
Since then both my elbow and shoulders have been a
constant reminder of what happens when moving
body parts meet an immoveable object at high speed.… —-> Continue…

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