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 Predictably Unpredictable. . .  One month has ended.  And today, another begins.   But this time, six months of 2022 are behind us with six more on the way.   We have previously been "here" - but this time is different. Each moment is unique in some ways. And like others from the past as well.  ...
07/01/2022
 Observations, Things Overlooked And Other Occurrences. . .  I am a longtime observer.  Obviously, that has played a part in the time I have spent on ActiveRain over the years.  Although, not as much as before, I continue to check posts on a regular basis.  Of those I follow as well as members ne...
06/24/2022
 The Revolving Door of Random Thinking I don’t know how it “works” for you.  Heck, I am unsure how it is processed each time it happens in my own brain but that’s a thought for another time.   It’s Friday.  And like any day of the week (I imagine) it’s good to find the fine print.   Maybe even a ...
06/17/2022
 Pondering A PotionFor A Particular Kind Of Notion   The other day, I found myself out and about walking a bit later than usual.  It was early afternoon.  More people and activity than I might typically observe earlier in the day.  My midday trip was interrupted by a woman who approached me with ...
06/10/2022
 May I Have The Definition?    There is certainly a lot going on in our world these days but a glimpse of an announcement that the 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee was going to be broadcast yesterday caught my attention.  In recent years I remember it had been televised  on ESPN but this year t...
06/03/2022
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 Whether It’s Wiring or Wiles. . .    On Saturday, I finished the most recent book by Frank Bruni, The Beauty of Dusk.  Although I have read numerous books authored by Mr. Bruni along with countless opinion articles plus viewed many interviews with him, this is not a review. I recommend it of cou...
05/23/2022
So I Wonder What Happens On The Fourth. . .    Fool me once.   Shame on you.  Fool me twice.  Shame on me.   We likely have heard the above saying and perhaps recall a quote attributed to author Stephen King who reportedly added “Fool me three times, shame on both of us”.  But then I wonder, what...
04/04/2022
OpportunitiesFrom Obstacles The secret in life is to make every obstacle into an opportunity. Clarence Seedorf  I am quite fond of the word and concept of opportunity.  And with an increasing amount of time on this planet, the way it operates alongside obstacles can’t be ignored in my opinion.  I...
03/28/2022
 Perhaps It's Pugilistic Pondering. . .  Surprise! Surprise! I make no claims of being a prize fighter. Most of the bouts I battle are with myself.  And outside any competitive arena.  That's likely true for most of us of us as stern self-talks, discussions within our own mind and other memorable...
03/23/2022
Sixty-Some Days LaterA Look Back at the January 2022 ActiveRain Challenge  It was January 4 and I submitted my post for the January 2022 AR Challenge Things We Have Lost To The Internet.  As part of that event, Gary Frimann, CRS, GRI, SRES who co-hosted it with Kathleen Daniels, Probate & Trust S...
03/10/2022
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