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“You Know, You’ll Die Going Over that Cliff”

It’s ski season and having grown up in Colorado, this time of year brings back a lot of mountainside memories. One that comes to mind is riding one of the chairlifts at Copper Mountain that goes above a lot of … Continue reading

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“I’d Pay You Not to Make that Sound Again”

Why lie, at times I sing while I’m driving. I’m convinced I’m able to hit the high notes with Steve Perry and am pitch perfect on the squeals of Axl Rose. However, the cold, hard truth is that I’m not much … Continue reading

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“Who Ate My Twinkie?”

It’s probably a generational thing my kids wouldn’t get, but Gilligan’s Island was classic after-school TV for me. I liked that in spite of their situation the castaways carved out a pretty good life for themselves.  I mean the Professor … Continue reading

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“My $.02, for What It’s Worth”

I’m going to let you in on a little secret of mine. I still read magazines and newspapers. That’s right, the ones made out of paper that come to my physical mailbox. I dogear pages to let me know where … Continue reading

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“Remember to Smile When You Eat Them”

I’ve been following the World Cup pretty closely over the last month.  Aside from the diving, faking injury and hearing Americans who use Euro vernacular when discussing the game, it’s been a lot of fun to watch. The thing I … Continue reading

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“Well, Of Course I Could Do That!”

Here’s a video tease about our next Atlanta event:

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“Eureka! I’ve Cracked the Kid’s Code!”

We put a wrap on another school year last week and (big exhale) despite some cracks in their academic armor all indications are that my boys will matriculate to 1st and 3rd grades. The end of the year brought some … Continue reading

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