View life as one big feast. We’re all responsible to bring a dish. What will you contribute to this world? No dish too small. Continue reading
Hmm, there may be some gray area on this. I won’t make an opinion on the subject. I know me too well. Continue reading
To be considered a true Wyomingite you must have a dog. Or cat. But really a dog. With the exception of me but in many ways I am a Wyomingite paradox. But this isn’t really about me it’s about a particular dog on one of my walking routes. Last fall I encountered this dog while on my walks and never took a picture. This spring, or rather after the winter thaw, I again walked by this house and the dog did not disappoint me. This time I took a picture as proof. Continue reading
Let me start off by saying (again) all I want to do is walk. Well, walk and get credit, so to speak, for walking. In other words, I just want to measure my distance per walk and see how far I’ve gone and set goals about how far I want to go. That’s all. In order to do this, I need a device to measure my distance. Seems simple enough, or so I thought. But nothing is really that simple, right?
Tongue in cheek here. If it were that simple it would be done. Perhaps the trouble comes from deciding what should go on the list? Continue reading
I walk four miles
6 days a week.
But I am no farther
since I started this streak. Continue reading
There is always something to do. The best way to handle it is to not think about it. Continue reading
I understand not everyone gets my humor. But trust me, I’m hilarious and witty. Continue reading
A day off
to rest from work.
But my to-do list
is quite long;
I should not shirk. Continue reading
This thought occurred to me the other day. What if Santa really is real? He just bypasses my house every year because of where my name is at on the list. So, I’d never know he’s real.
Dangme. Continue reading