Wow, it seems as if its been forever since I last posted anything here. I have a cyclical work pattern. I’ll go from several free hours a week to almost none and then back again. It gets so bad at times (like lately) that finding 90 seconds a day to make sure I haven’t overspent […]Read more "Summer, Fall doldrums…. Exceptional American Marketing"
Time is a funny thing. It runs through our lives, or perhaps we run through it. Its a real force, but it doesn’t really have a physical avatar. Or does it… Coins, I have found to like footprints of time.Read more "Laundry or Introspection?"
It was unusual for me to get the number of local shots I did here. Mostly due to the fact that I had roughly 90 minutes to kill while I was unloaded. I walked into town and found lunch at this quaint little pizza place next to the magic shop. They served Donair (pronounced: Dough-Nair) […]Read more "The Places I go… Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia… 3rd shot"
The whole feel of the town was of a small close knit community that enjoyed its heritage as well as a infusion of tourists and some notoriety from a recent motion picture. One of the brightest gems in this tiny hamlet was a shop of ‘Magic’ and other sundries.Read more "The places I go… Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia… 2nd shot"
Earlier this year, I delivered a load of fiberglass rolls (the stuff that is wound around a form to create hulls, similar to stretch wrapping a group of boxes) to a boat maker in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. This is a very picturesque town on the waterfront. With a surprising look of a tourist town. […]Read more "The places I go… Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia"
I spent many nights listening to the Arkansas Travelers play… on KARN Newsradio 920 in my youth. I spent far fewer nights actually at the stadium, but I did get there once or twice over a number of years. The games are no longer broadcast on KARN and the Travelers have a new home across […]Read more "Seeing foalhood vanish…"
Few things in life just ‘snap’ together like they were crafted. This lovely coincidence this morning in Oklahoma City after an intense downpour left me feeling in awe. The oddest part of the storm was the orange sky from where the rain came, with darker clouds nearby.Read more "The Rainbow Connection"