Monthly Archives: June 2011

Food face

The weather was pretty intense today (very sunny, high of 93 degrees [F] with a heat index of 104 degrees [F] {and please keep in mind that this is the same place that gets down to -10 and -20 degrees … Continue reading

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Look up

Today was an amazingly gorgeous day: mid 70 degrees (F), sunny, lightly breezy… the air felt warm-yet-fresh, and smelled delicious.  I broke away from my desk for a small bit over the lunch hour, and took a brief stroll around … Continue reading

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Freedom from formality

This week (and next) my company is allowing all of us to wear “casual” clothes every day.  This treat is usually reserved for Fridays only; but for 2 weeks in the summer (usually the week of and the week before … Continue reading

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Collaboration

I work for a big company – and a job at a big company often entails a lot of meetings.  Usually the meetings I attend are fine, but nothing too exceptionally noteworthy or extra-special.  They’re just a routine part of … Continue reading

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A forest flat

So I’m driving down the road this morning, just minding my own business, when I glance off to the right side of the street – and I really can’t believe my eyes. I actually turn my car around, circle back … Continue reading

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Elevating ordinary to outstanding

Tonight as I was making dinner, I dug around in the refrigerator looking for some sour cream.  The open tub was nearly empty, so I located the new container and pulled it out as well. As I took the lid … Continue reading

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Mama’s boy

In the grocery store this morning, a toddler (probably somewhere between 1-2 years old) was sitting in the front of a cart, looking very unhappy.  He had his arms outstretched, and was making whiny/grunting noises – clearly indicating he wanted … Continue reading

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