Just taking a few minutes to take in everything that’s going on right now and wondering if I’m the only one thinking the overall big picture may never be the same after the world has been in lock down. I know when I was in Florida after Christmas seeing what was happening in China that we were bound to see something back here in the states, but had no idea it would be this big. If you are wondering if […]
I admit, I am somewhat offended that my age essentially is considered a pre-existing condition putting me in the high risk Covid 19 cohort, but I accept that if I want to be safe I need to be sheltering at home. Thank goodness our Florida home offers several avenues to grocery shop on line, so here’s our experience with Walmart Click and Publix via Instacart. Walmart is a breeze. Just go to the Walmart.com web site, go to the bottom […]
How many of you out there have been reviewing the points of Stephen R. Covey? If you don’t know who he is- look up his book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” After years of working in a customer service role in corporate America, every job task was always urgent. Learning to figure out if any of those tasks were truly important and urgent was one that became the biggest challenge. I learned that the most important way to […]
Updated on 3/13/2020. Now reflects an update on containment vs. mitigation strategies. 28 translations at the bottom. Send me more existing translations in private notes at the bottom. This article… — Read on medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-act-today-or-people-will-die-f4d3d9cd99ca I forgot to add this the other day. If you don’t need to work, please relax and stay home.
But what I need is all around me. . . Just taking a minute to reflect and be grateful for all the people that have been there to help me with all the crazy projects I’ve had to take on . . . Day’s like this make me appreciate that we do the best that we can with what we have to work with. . .
If you want water, a view of the bay, several holes along a busy HWY 98 and well manicured greens the Links at Sandestin is the place. The longest hole on the course is currently under construction due to maintenance of the sea wall. (It is no longer the longest hole, for now.) Hopefully it will allow you to save a few strokes/balls.
Ok, so some of you were asked to put together a fun list. . . Funny how the work list is easy to do but thinking about fun can be more challenging. . . Here’s what a first-timer thought would be good, so I figured I’ll research and see what makes the most sense. Visit a Fort, does Ft. Walton Beach count? What about the Gulf Islands National Seashore with Fort Pickens or Fort Barrancas. Destin’s Boardwalk https://goo.gl/maps/9vipUvto4pitMxL96 Destin’s other […]
Sometimes it’s good to reflect. Sometimes it’s good to dive in and refresh. We were sitting around and discussed a few ways to brighten up a wall in our house and this little project of water that we know, would be a great addition to a certain wall. The following is a workspace for the framed project. It represents, Quintana Roo, Highland Park, East Brady, Destin, Milwaukee, and West Virginia.
In cleaning out my spam folder this morning I found a scorecard from a recent round of golf. Let’s just say sand, water, wetlands and golfballs don’t mix for some golfers, especially this casual one. If only the ball were bigger and it could be kicked, punted, thrown. . . Some people take towels and a chair to play in the sand, but it can be a little more fun with a wedge. Why does one who is not going […]