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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.” –Beards.org 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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