Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Hey Bailey, I Don’t Understand!

Dear Bailey, Something has changed, but I don’t understand. My humans are trying to tell me something. The one that feeds me, smells nice, and walks me most of the time sat with me all yesterday. The other one, that wrestles … Continue reading

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Building a Dream Under the Arizona Sun

At 3:26 AM on this mid-October morning, I am unable to sleep any further into the Mountain Time Zone morning. I lay awake wondering what the day will bring. I have never participated in a community build project, but many … Continue reading

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What is Love Anyway?

A few weeks back, I was honored to be asked to officiate at the wedding of two very important people in my life; my nephew Elliott and his fiancee Bridget. Truth be told, I was simply blown away by the … Continue reading

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5-Hours of Energy, and a Crash!

I realize that energy drinks, those little insidious bottles of chemicals, are ubiquitous at this point, but I don’t really have much desire to try them. With names like 5-Hour Energy, and 5-Hour Maximum Strength, I am to be leery … Continue reading

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A Shoeshine Life Story

I was on my way back from Minneapolis to Orlando a couple weeks back and found myself down at the end of the G concourse. As I neared the end of the moving walkway, I noticed an elderly gentleman finishing … Continue reading

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Elvis Has Left the Building!

On the first day of my 51st year, I headed out for an early morning run, and followed it up with a wonderful ride in the cool morning air on the Ducati. I couldn’t help thinking about what an intense … Continue reading

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Serious Ear Therapy

Over the course of the last three decades, music has progressed (or regressed) from purely analog to digital, then to sampled and compressed digital. This was driven by the desire to ‘personalize’ music and bring and have as much of … Continue reading

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