Weekly Reflection: 11/10/2018

Posted by on Nov 10, 2018 in Faith, Hope, and Love, Weekly Debriefs 2018

Saturday Morning Veggietales in Daddy’s Office !

This week’s reflection is essentially about endurance, about living, surviving, and thriving if and where you can. This feel’s like an appropriate attitude as we head toward the busiest time of year. The so-called “holiday rush” of culture here in the United States is a tragic one. In a season of Thanks, Peace, and Goodwill toward men, we find ourselves wanting more, frantically rushing, and becoming less patient. It’s the way our culture operates from now until the first week of the next year.

For that reason alone, I hope my thoughts on this past week are of value of to you.

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Weekly Reflection: 11/03/2018

Posted by on Nov 3, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018

New Glasses!!!


Well, we’re now in November. November 2018. It’s unbelievable.

Where did this year go? It was swallowed in days so busy that I almost feel I missed it. That has a great deal to do with how I am feeling this week.

That, and the fact I was up until 2 AM doing work for eBay. Despite the exhaustion, my goal remains: get these updates posted each Saturday. I did it last week, and the week before it. 

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Posted by on Oct 17, 2018 in Reviews & Recommendations


The Second Season of Trek : The Next Generation gets off to a rough start but once it finds its footing, one begins to get a sense of just how good it can get. The absence of certain characters is felt from the outset, and the reliance on the holodeck in the first few eps feels like a real misstep. Fortunately, by episodes 7 and 8, the show turns a corner and gets solid.

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Weekly Reflection : 10/13/2018

Posted by on Oct 16, 2018 in Weekly Debriefs 2018


Once again not doing a great job getting these up on Saturdays. I have no excuse; Frankly, I could be getting things done on time if I prioritized them, and I should. Saturday, we spent a good day at Longwood Gardens, and I had eBay work to do in the evening on which I focused. I told myself to do the debrief before beginning, but I failed to do so. Once I had finished, I did not have enough fuel in the tank to get it finished.

I have a new goal: Get remaining WEEKLY DEBRIEFs published in a timely fashion for the rest of the year. I believe I will be able.

Here’s where we are for now.

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