Monthly Archives: March 2014

#135–Taking stock . . .

  The euphoria of last week has worn off a bit, but I’m still feeling good about feeling good.  I’m really trying to do what I’m supposed to do to keep from getting a stiff neck again. But it’s so … Continue reading

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#134–Happiness is . . . .

Happiness is being able to turn your head up, down, and sideways. Ahh! And happiness is finding the perfect photo that looks just like your dog. I found the perfect shots for both Pepper and Asa. Double ahh! Being on … Continue reading

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#133–Living like a cat . . .

Sleep, eat, move around for a while, nap, eat, move around some more, eat, nap, go to bed. And I’m not talking about my cat. While it does describe Sir Groucho’s life, it also describes my life since last Tuesday. … Continue reading

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#132–I’m no CPA . . .

I’m no CPA, but I’m a far cry more competent with the bookkeeping end of Crossings today than I was when I finished writing Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges. I was such a rube. I didn’t give the financial end of … Continue reading

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#131–Tax time AARRGGHH! . . .

  I didn’t deliver books or make any book-related calls or sell any books at all this week. Yet, I couldn’t get away from them––at least not from the business point of view. On Monday, I did the annual report … Continue reading

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