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The Shroud

Sometimes it ain’t how smart ya are, it’s whether you notice things or not… some things take a closer look than others. Continue reading

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Sixteen-Penny Insanity

A squeaky floor can be sort of comforting… or drive a person to the brink of insanity. Sometimes our “fixes” make things worse… Continue reading

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Parental Guidance Recommended

Doesn’t it seem like the mistakes we make as parents are the hardest ones to forgive ourselves? I am glad that my children and I have lived long enough to like each other again. Continue reading

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The Frustration of Humanity

Sometimes, “home handyman” seems like an oxymoron. Making the same stupid mistakes on a project can make me feel like an ox and a moron! Continue reading

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Truth and Consequences

It had been three weeks since the Infamous Juice Spill that injected a generous quantity of low-pulp orange juice into my computer keyboard, over my desk, on top of the floor-based CPU and the office telephone Continue reading

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An Ancient Wisdom

When it comes to proving the wisdom of certain rules, I generally prefer to merely accept said wisdom without the need or desire of pragmatic demonstration. Continue reading

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The Opportunity of Consequence

It’s a little tricky, sometimes, trying to keep our footing and to keep doing the work we need to do. The extra effort of a stubborn nail, an awkward angle and slick dust underfoot can send us suddenly where we hadn’t planned to go. Continue reading

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