Category: Health, Life, and Family

Happy New Year 2007

No promises this time! Last year I said I would post an entry every day of the year. I think that lasted about three days! Work has taught me not to plan for this again. Of course, I’ve pretty much abandoned the blog for months. I had this grandiose idea of blogging my whole summer vacation. I got so far...

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2006 – Day 3

Well, sorry to say I won’t be giving much info on my latest toys. I feel like I’m fighting off a cold, so I’m going to bed early. Maybe tomorrow.  

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Tribute to Kevin

My friend Todd composed and recorded this beautiful musical tribute to Kevin. You can listen as you read the thoughts I shared at his funeral. A Memory of Kevin Don’t ask me why, but when I think of Kevin, the memories that come to me are often the silly ones. Like trying to decipher the difference between strange and weird...

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Another weekend is here

This is going to be a recharge weekend. I think I’ll spend some time scanning old high school pictures for the Kevin photo gallery and work on some projects I have been putting off. I did finally give up on Comcast. Yesterday, we switched our cable TV service over to RCN (formerly StarPower). Miraculously, even though RCN uses the exact...

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Back to work

Well, it certainly helped going back to work. As soon as I got in, I forgot the sadness – for a moment. I guess it helped to have the last minute 5 hour budget planning meeting scheduled at the office 45 minutes away from mine!

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Tom Sawyer

I’ve been walking around most of the day with Tom Sawyer from Moving Pictures going through my head. Haven’t had that happen for years.  

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Support from unexpected places

My dog Jake seems to know how upset I have been these last few days. He’s been following me around more than usual and pushing his nose under my hand to force me to pet him. When something triggers a bout of sadness or a bit of weeping, he immediately comes running. Thank you, Jake.  

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