Monthly Archives: May 2011

Santa in the Park

We crested the small hill in the park, headed towards the waterfall that fills a small urban lake.  Suddenly, there he was!  I had to look twice, but after seeing the large man with the massive white beard, I was … Continue reading

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Jacket and Tie Required

I have had the privilege of working for a number of global corporations as a senior executive.  Perhaps what I have enjoyed the most in my career is calling on clients all over the world.  There is something to be … Continue reading

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No Job Too Small

Usually by this time of day I have already written my daily blog post.  I am sitting back, checking my site statistics to see that over 200 of you have already read my humble commentary for the day.  My email … Continue reading

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The Pay Line of Life

My wife and I like to escape the rigors of reality every now and then by running off to one of the casino towns in the Colorado mountains.  It is always a pleasant drive to these former mining towns; as … Continue reading

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Triple Exclamation Mark

All writers come with a healthy dose of ego.  For us to create our stories, put down our experiences, and share them for the entire world to react is bold, to say the very least.  I chose to write in … Continue reading

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The Fox and My Hound

Over the course of my short blogging career, many of you have gotten to know my trusted and loyal hound dog Xena.  She is a mix of Plott Hound and Catahoula Leopard Dog.  She is twenty-four inches tall at the … Continue reading

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Thank You John Landy

I love all things that involve the world of sport.  I have been known to become engrossed in a telecast of the World Curling Championships, nervously chewing away at potato chips while watching the stones fly in and out of … Continue reading

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