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The Word of the Day: Perspective
The word of the day is Perspective. Back in September, I went to Nashville. That resulted in 20 Things I Learned from my Recent Trip to Nashville . One thing I left off that list and that I’ve been relearning of … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing, Philosophy Tagged choices, decisions, family, Memphis, Nashville, opportunity cost, passion, perspective, thinking, travel Leave a comment
The Road Leads Ever Onward
“All roads lead to Rome.” – ancient saying “The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing Tagged #10minwri, home, Mississippi, Roads, Tennessee, Thanksgiving, travel 3 Comments
Inspired by an Image – Windows
The assignment for day 4 of the Writing101 class which I took recently was to take one image and be inspired by it and then write about it. At first, I was not moved by any of the ones that … Continue reading
Posted in Family, Freelancing, Independent Business, Writing Tagged #Writing101, family, Field Inspections, grandparents, inspiration, old houses, photography, travel, windows, writing Leave a comment
When It Rains
When it rains in the morning, I think of the yard cats who will run away from the patio into the rain when I round the corner of the house with their daily food and water; of the kids standing … Continue reading
20 Things I Learned from My Recent Trip to Nashville
One of the assignments in the Writing101 class from WordPress was to write a list. While I did that assignment already, I have always been a big list-maker, so here is another list. In a few days, my wife will … Continue reading
Posted in Family, General Sharing, Writing Tagged #Writing101, cats, family, Nashville, St Thomas West, surgery, things learned, things to take on a trip, travel, travel supplies, trip, Wife 3 Comments
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