Paul’s Walk – A rose by any other name …

I don’t know if I’d call this blog a “rose”, but the saying seem to fit. A rose by any...

Familiar strangers

I don’t know any of the people in these photos, but I see them almost every day. I’ve not introduced...

It’s not like this everywhere

As I get older, read more, understand more, I keep coming around to this word, gratitude. During a recent conversation...

0% chance of rain

When I wake up in the morning, I usually have a gander at my phone to see what the weather...

Dance like there’s nobody watching … unless

“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like there’s nobody listening, And live...

Sony RX 100 IV – I liked that camera, but not for $1,000

OK. So not exactly $1,000, but $948 – close enough. Since I sent my Canon S90 off to its untimely...

When I was Charlotte this weekend I took my absolute most favorite furry critter for a walk. He’s such a great guy, so forgiving. He’d not been for a walk in a long time. Sure, when I’m at home, I…

Here’s another shot from the poetry reading. This time, the person is, shall we say, less than enthusiastic. Actually, I believe that this was the reader’s daughter, so she’d probably heard a number of these poems before. Either that, it…

In my job, one of the deliverable items from a software project is a document called: Lessons Learned. This document contains a list of things that you learned along the way that you believe would benefit another project. Some examples…

A bird for Dennis My friend and coworker, Dennis, has inspired me with several posts over the last few months. Our daily conversations are varied and wide. Today rolled over to my desk, as we sit back-to-back, and said something…

Some time back in the early 1990 time frame, I was a prolific bowler to say the least. I tried to put in a minimum of 50 games/week of practice. I became quite good, though never reached a professional level…