Monthly Archives: June 2012

#37: Visit the Minnesota History Center (a Minnesota Historic Site)

Waking on a Saturday morning and finding no appointments on my calendar or “critical” tasks to complete, I decided to take advantage of the gift of time and experience a 101 list item. The Minnesota History Center was displaying an … Continue reading

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#31: Get a henna tattoo

I was 20 years old when I got my ears pierced. Seriously. I brought two friends to my parent’s home during spring break of my senior year of college, and one of them coaxed me into getting my ears done … Continue reading

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At least I wasn’t arrested…

It seems that one of the facts I disclosed about myself in this post caused quite a stir among some folks. To hopefully put various minds at ease (and not fuel dangerous rumors), here is a brief telling of how … Continue reading

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Appreciative of approbation

Over the past few days three different bloggers have given me different (but similar) awards.  If you are a semi-long time reader of this space, you know that a general life rule I follow is “The Rule of Three“.  Since … Continue reading

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A delightful little manifesto

Recently a few people in my life have begun to toy with the idea of ‘creating’.  If you are also considering maybe putting pen to paper, or plunking around on an instrument, or testing out your vocal chords, or shaking … Continue reading

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Remember when….

I am a highly organized person, but not by choice.  Rather, I have to use managerial structures (schedules, routines, systems) to compensate for the fact that I have a completely crappy memory.  I live by the adage, “A place for … Continue reading

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The J’s have it

In Outlook, sometimes symbols get mis-translated as a message is sent from one user to another.  In particular, the smile emoticon [ :) ] sometimes gets changed into the letter “J”.  I therefore find it fitting that over the course … Continue reading

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