Monthly Archives: February 2017

Lost on a shelf

  I was cleaning off a bookcase today. It had become a convenient dumping area instead of an organized storage space. One of the shelves had a box. And in that box we’re several books that a good friend sent … Continue reading

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First is second

The first was the second. Our first Vice President became our second President. John Adams (1735-1826) served as our nation’s first Vice President. He placed second in the electoral college balloting to George Washington (34 votes vs. 69 votes). Imagine … Continue reading

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Second in command

When we think of leadership or leaders, we sometimes overlook who is second in command. Whether we are talking about a company, community organization or government, we often fail to notice the number two person. A few years ago I … Continue reading

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I’ve been whining

Lately, I’ve been whining a lot. I’ve been making a lot of noise because of many things: personal health, family health, work issues, losing friends, traffic, weather, leaving pickles on my chicken sandwich . . . I wrote a post … Continue reading

Posted in Control, Excuse, Grateful, Relationship | 2 Comments