Monthly Archives: October 2013

Talking About Meh Generation

  Nothing impresses us anymore. We’re all Meh this and Meh that. In my efforts to understand Meh, I reached for the Google. I found two main definitions I could relate to (now it being the Google and all I … Continue reading

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Out of Context and into Change

The other day at the gym I saw someone on the treadmill. I’m like I know that person from somewhere, but where? I couldn’t bring the connection together. Ends up she works at the front desk of the gym where … Continue reading

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If the Glove Fits

  Baby’s butt. That’s how soft my hands usually are. Especially since I took a break from making furniture. No callouses. Nothing. Gloves. I don’t wear work gloves. Never have. Except when raking or it’s cold. So when tiling last … Continue reading

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The Curious Little Drop of Blood

  Don’t you hate it when you find a drop of blood on your hand and you can’t figure out where it came from? It wasn’t a lot of blood, just a drop. Not surprising either. I’ve been tiling and … Continue reading

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The More Things Stay the Same the More They Change

“No sense in complaining because nothing ever changes.” I heard in a conversation the other day. At first I thought it was at just some harmless, despondent fatalism. A “That’s life” kind of quip. Then I thought, that’s just wrong. … Continue reading

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In Denial We Trust

Denial. I suppose we all practice it here and again. Sometimes it’s more costly than others. Not surprisingly there are denials assessments and self-help books on dealing with denial. For more serious cases, counseling is even necessary. But what if … Continue reading

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Curious George will not be Paralyzed

    A good little monkey. A very curious monkey. A monkey who got into lots of trouble. I have always struggled with the lessons of curious George. George was curious. He created a lot of havoc. And yet we are … Continue reading

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