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My Inner Child’s Resume

I originally posted this some time back, thought it was time for a rerun. I looked through an old photo album the other day. I guess I was simply feeling Nostalgic, but looking at photos of myself from grade school … Continue reading

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Rise and Grind, Little Ones!

Hail, Heroes! It has been one entire eon since we last chatted. That is about to change. Our Hero is about to embark on a fresh new Quest, similar to the First, but way different. This effort is in celebration of … Continue reading

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Breaking News from the Dali Bugle!

“Not everyone is meant to make a difference. But for me, the choice to lead an ordinary life is no longer an option.” –Peter Parker Greetings faithful readership. It has been a few weeks since my last Manifesto. I have … Continue reading

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Write Your Own Story!

Answer the Call to Adventure and join Our Hero in a Quest of self-discovery and transformation.

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Whimsday: Ella the Entrepeneur Strikes Again

My eldest loinfruit, Ella, is a born businesswoman. She has an entrepreneurial spirit and innate management acumen. At six years old, she also has more salesmanship and creativity than most of the professional stiffs that I have worked with over … Continue reading

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Whimsical Wednesday: No-Shave November

“…the male beard communicates an heroic image of the independent, sturdy, and resourceful pioneer, ready, willing and able to do manly things.” – website Last month the Boston Red Sox, with their wild, garden gnome-style beards, won the World Series. … Continue reading

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Whimsical Wednesday: Halloween Edition

My kids teach me things every day. Today’s lesson: no matter what you do, put your own unique stamp on it. Ella and Lily made these skeleton art projects at school, using Q-tips. They are fairly indicative of their individual … Continue reading

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