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I’m back…

08 Apr

I’m not much into Facebook these days and am thinking about updating here once again. To get started, I just went through all the old posts and fixed broken links and missing content, etc. Soon I’ll get some of my unsolicited thoughts on miscellaneous topics posted.

 
 

New Pet “Teddy”

14 Sep

Look at the new animal that adopted our back yard for a couple of hours to munch on snacks and spend time in the sun.

 
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Labor Day Vacation 2010

11 Sep

We took a road trip back to Idaho over the Labor Day weekend and had a great time. Over three days, we unplugged from the Internet at a Chalet that we rented. We hiked around the area, visited the beach at the lake, played games and grilled out at the Chalet and enjoyed quality family time. The big part of the trip was our trip to Silverwood Theme Park where Ryan and Ethan both experienced their first roller coaster ride which turned them upsidedown! It was a great time for all.

Oh, and Ethan spotted a beehive hanging from a tree at the beach park we played at. You’ll see the large beehive in the video.

 
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Fourth of July in Oklahoma

14 Jul

 
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Bowling Party

08 May

 
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Silver Mountain Resort, Idaho

12 Apr

More photos to follow…

 
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Multi-tasking Bandwagon

12 Apr

As I continue to share my theory on the myth of multi-tasking [1,2], I am encouraged to see the great minds that publish opinions and research on the subject supporting the same thoughts I’ve had for years. I’m glad that other, more credible people, are expressing these same thoughts and validating what feels like is a difficult concept to raise much support for. So below, I will share links on this topic as I find them.

 

Floor Refinishing Job

12 Dec

 
 

Gary and Dee Visit Washington

20 Sep

 
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Finished a Real Bike Ride

01 Aug

Rode 6.75 miles today on the bike. It’s the first time I’ve ever done a ride and learned a few things. The seat is uncomfortable and seems to be a wedge splitting your body. Riding hills is tough. Gears too low and you’re a hamster cranking in its wheel but not going anywhere – can’t really stand and pedal in this mode. Go to a couple gears higher and you can stand and still work the pedals, but it takes a LOT of energy to move. It takes a whole lot more work to get the bike up a hill than to run up the same.

Anyway, Steph’s training for her mini triathlon and I’m trying to support her and understand some of her pain. It’s a tough thing that she’s preparing for on August 16th!