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Happy New Year - 2016


Saturday, February 05, 2011


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Friday, May 15, 2009

New Friends

It is the evening of a very busy work week, and very busy people can lay their cares aside to participate in a creative activity of mutual interest, a balloon jam. Distances to get there don't matter much, when to be able to share ideas and creations with others is foremost in mind. Participation brings immense satisfaction. When you next see a balloon tying clown or magician, you may understand the underlying skill, passion and love of communication combined with hours of creative practice and devotion that are on display.
A balloon jam is a great way of meeting new friends.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Skin Care Event

Christie and I enjoyed an invitation to Cameo College's (Murray UT) annual Skin Care Event yesterday. It was a blast! Heaps of people all happily doing things. Interesting vendors and enough cookies and cakes to keep any Muppet happy. I was able to transfer to a barber's chair to be given a hot towel treatment and shave by Braxton (must follow that lad in his career aspirations in SLC). Christie availed herself of several treatments to make her more beeyoutiiful - great result down to the red toenails. Amazing how many hours passed so quickly. The college is certainly a space age training facility in the pampering arts. We were impressed.

Monday, May 04, 2009


I managed to get myself wet a couple of times over the last few days - the fact is, it was raining. Moving to and from my van is easier to accomplish if I am not encumbered by an umbrella, so I take the easy way out. After all, I can always drip dry. Some Laws of Physics come into play - something about evaporation and cooling. Anyway I managed to feel a little stuffy yesterday. Because of my general excellent health, I have been able to bound back today for a really exciting, funfilled day of work. I like what I do, I like the variety. It is very energizing - like the bunny.
Kevin and Cyril (pictured) get to play with me today in the Valley Fair Mall. Their antics are known to draw people to talk to the Realtor (me). People talk to furry animals in any language where they might normally avoid me in my scooter.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

To Do Lists

It is a sure sign of Spring when my To Do list gets a little shorter ...and then suddenly gets bigger and bigger.
The air purifier is seviced - new lamp and igniter. It looks after 3000 sq ft and has again produced that comforting ozone flavour throughout our home and offices.
The porch overhead light bulb has been replaced - I give very good directions to Christie on the ladder.
The heater thermostat is back in operation. "What batteries?" (Since I come from a place where heaters are relatively unnecessary). The filter rattle that became obvious throughout the house has been fixed with a judicious application of duct tape - ironically used for almost the correct purpose for once.
My van wide angle rear view mirror froze off during heavy snow period- replaced with double-sided tape. (Good to see who is sneaking up on me when I am on the road.)
My electric wheelchair has had a hard winter with more than its share of snow and ice navigation. "Screep, screep, clunk, clunk, screep..." (You get the picture!) was the indication of a front wheel problem, a collapsed wheel bearing. With Murphy's Law in full swing, I didn't yet find a replacement. The solution (temporary) whilst not directly "duct tape or baling wire" was found in the hardware section of Lowes - 45 cents worth of washers and spacers. The chair is once again running silently with the repairs not obvious but very satisfying. My "low cost or no cost" mantra appears to be working.
You might think this activity has reduced my To Do List. However, dear Reader, it has merely provided space for more items. Yes, there is a ride-on lawnmower with hand controls... and our little red wagon would make a good trailer... Best reasons yet why I need a "cave".

Saturday, April 25, 2009

I'm Back!

Things that are easy to do (writing blogs) are just as easy not to do (ie not writing when life gets busy). I am now so-o busy that I seem to have the time to write again. Maybe I am older and wiser.
I have a manufacturing business (Badges and Buttons), several small MLM businesses, I work at being a Licensed Realtor, and I have an increasing number of coaching clients,both at a distance and "belly to belly - well, almost.

The current economic climate demands that I have to work harder/give more service for every dollar earned, so that when improvement occurs, I am ahead of the game. The choice is mine of whether to be happy or miserable - and I choose "happy" every time.

This drives some potential competitors crazy. "How can you (moan) be happy all the time?" First point - they don't see me ALL the time: secondly I give them my solution - "Make your chioce (and it requires ACTION)".The majority will still be making the same observations at year's end. A few, an encouraging number, by noting my attitude, request some of the same - they want to be near me hoping for a change in their lives by osmosis.
It does not have to fall to me to be the only beacon of inspiration. You can make your choice to be happy - you can inspire others. We all need you.