Tag: Personal

I must say that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed this weekend! Tony has been in town for Spring Break and it has been a fun learning experience. He makes his income buying and selling shoes. Please don’t call them tennis shoes or sneakers, that’s like calling a yacht a simple boat. It’s just not done! No!!! Each of the shoes that he sells has a specific name like: Kobe 5’s, Space Jams (The shoes that Michael Jordan wore in the move, Space…

A centipede was happy – quite! Until a toad in fun Said, “Pray, which leg moves after which?” This raised her doubts to such a pitch, She fell exhausted in the ditch Not knowing how to run. “The Centipede’s Dilemma” is a short poem which has given its name to an effect in psychology: the centipede effect (or centipede syndrome). This is when a normally automatic or unconscious activity is disrupted by consciousness of it or reflection on it. For…

A scene from Australia A number of years ago, and I cannot even remember how many years it was, I made a promise to my son to take him to Germany. Honestly, I cannot even remember why I made that promise either. At any rate, a promise is a promise. He’ll be 28 this year and still we’ve not gone to Germany, but I’m setting that right this year. During the first week of August, we will be leaving and…

I just received an email from MyPublisher, referencing my book, 2006 – Back To Life and thought that I’d share it with you! Dear Paul, Congratulations! Your recent creation and photos (order M2690623) have been selected by MyPublisher’s distinguished photo editor, Karen Mullarkey, for potential publication on our website. Because Karen feels your design and your photos are such beautiful examples of customer-created memories, we hope to feature them on our website to help inspire other customers as they create…

Thanks to all of you who participated in the personality test the other day. Ove asked a good question: I appeared to be INFP… Now I only ask myself, what’s the point knowing this? ~Ove Long, long ago, in a land far, far away … that land called Ohio. I decided that since I had a camera and fancied myself a photographer that I’d take a shot a doing wedding photography. After all, how hard can it be? Well, for…

In the ‘studio’ with Hobbs Tuesday, January 2nd, 2012: I took Hobbs to the vet. His doctor said that his cataracts had advanced quite a bit and she wanted to do surgery as soon as possible. I had to take him to have blood work at his regular vet and they would forward the results to CVS (Carolina Vet Specialists) by that evening. I got a call later on saying that CVS would like to start Hobbs on some antibiotics…

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