It’s been a while.
It’s been a while.
As we get ready to celebrate the most holy night, I want to say thank you for all the love and new friendships over the past year. From my family to yours, may the holidays bring the Spirit of Christmas to you and your family.
Merry Christmas one and all!
It’s been a couple of weeks since I have posted one of these. Not that I don’t have a lot to be thankful for, I just have a lot going on in real life.
It has been a lot of hit and miss around the blog lately because work has been extremely intense. This has been the first weekend that I have not had to work in the last couple of months. Logging 70 and 80 hours a week has become the “norm” so it is good that I finally get a weekend. Continue reading
The last couple of weeks, I have been battling a very resilient cold. I’ve been fortunate that I hardly ever get sick, but when I do, the cold manages to turn me into the worst patient. A few years ago, I had what I thought was a cold. Turns out, I needed to have my gallbladder removed. Continue reading
This week, I’ve been traveling by car to the midwest to visit family and friends. There are long stretches in New Mexico and Texas where I get to ponder or perform my greatest karaoke hits. Continue reading
Work has been crazy. Two of the projects I have been working on with very aggressive timelines are impacted by both Harvey and Irma due to colleagues who work in the areas affected. The result has been for me to pick up additional work so my affected coworkers could focus on family and recovery efforts.
This week, we give thanks to those who give to others who are in need from unexpected circumstances. Continue reading
It’s been a very busy the last couple of weeks, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been grateful for all the blessings that surround me. For all my friends, near and far reading this blog, despite my horrible writing, thanks for sticking around. I am truly grateful. Continue reading
This weeks blessings are courtesy of the strangers who pay it forward.
A young woman was at the cash register in the grocery store with her two children and forgot her wallet. As she was fumbling to find her wallet, she was saying how she wasn’t sure she would be able to get home because she also needed gas. Continue reading