“Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift, that is why it is called the present.” That quote sounds cheesy- actually, the way it… Read more “No Time For Cameras, Let’ Use Our Eyes Instead II”
Now that the light shines brightly on this exposed industry what will we choose to see?
The Yankees have a chance to tie up the Divisional Series with the Cleveland Indians tonight. I hope they have another thumbs-down performance to extend their improbable season. It… Read more “Thumbs-down.”
The entrance to our local Dunkin Donuts has large, friendly looking, bubble-lettered D’s on their doors outside. Those handles are a cute touch and they even look… Read more “Norman Doors – Gateway To A Smarter, More Thought-out Life”
Crack open your shell and share a smile.
I have a kind of intense look on my face sometimes, I am terrible at hiding my facial expressions. I wear my heart on my sleeve. I’m… Read more “Whoe. You look so tired.”
The inspiration for starting this blog came from my daughter when she insisted that I watch this video: She said I had to watch, so I did. When it… Read more “Caine’s Arcade- Mable Machine 2”
School has started. Another year of education and accomplishment. What is it all for?
What is the goal of school?
“The more a thing tends to be permanent, the more it tends to be lifeless.” – Alan Watts.
What is the most important action?
Who is the most important person?
When is the most important time?
I’ll never look at a brown box the same way again. I’ll never see people the same way again.
Today, I will try to be awesome: I will call each of my children over during the day look them in the eye and tell them that… Read more “BE AWESOME ONE DAY AT A TIME II”
We all make mistakes right? Who hasn’t made a mistake once in a while?
Enter the Museum of Ice Cream.
I’m not covering new ground here, I’m actually just bench-marking a new all-time low.
It has been just two short months since “This Is Loit!” was launched. I never expected it to become what it is in such a short time.… Read more “40 Countries and Counting”