This will be the first Father’s Day without Dad being at least a phone call near us. Dad was a special person and so, on this day, I […]
Another great day to remember. Harrison graduated from Kindergarten and got his last chemotherapy treatment 15 years ago today! Here’s the […]
1380.5 miles on the Orbea with no flats, well, until today. After 10 miles down the road, somewhere between Danville and Alamo, I ran through some small debris and could tell something had attached to the tire as metronomic …tap… …tap… …tap… was […]
For the last two days in a row I’ve been lucky enough to watch tine International Space Station pass overhead. I don’t tire of thinking about those brave explorers living out in space, far from others and far from help should things go wrong. They are just amazing, amazing people. And maybe a little crazy too? 😮 […]
Came across an old page I’d set up a few years back when I was selling 180 acres of land in the Sierra Foothills. Well, it is for sale again and so thought I’d point folks to the original page. This also is a good way for me […]
Today Gin randomly happens to ask me the dates that Harrison was going through chemo. I don’t know how it happens but it sparked my memory of the fact that this very same day is 15 years, almost to the hour, of when Harrison was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. […]
Quite some time ago I posted an article on my installation of a height adjustable, stand up desk in my office. I still love it and typically start my day by standing up while working. I think my still using it daily is a great indicator that there is value in standing while working, especially considering […]
Yes, I was one of those folks who was just waiting to jump ship as soon as the iPhone was available on Verizon. Being a Verizon customer, I was able to order it the first day I could, February 3. Yes, there is an initial outlay but in the long run I will save money based upon […]
Okay, now that the title has caught your eye I’ll start right off the bat saying I have not tried this and, if you do, you do so at your own risk. I’m not a chemist so don’t know if there is any issue with what is noted below.
I actually wrote a review on a commerce site. Don’t think I’ve done that before but know I read a lot. Anyway, decided to share it here too since they made it pretty easy to copy the content. […]
In a time when more folks are finding it difficult to get by, it’s great that those who have come before us are sharing the knowledge and skills they have gained over their many years of BEING CHEAP! Being cheap seems to be a badge of honor for […]
I’ll have to give credit to my nephew for sending me this email. Thought it was too good for just a simple forward. Without further ado… […]
Okay, so this is just me throwing up an interesting juxtaposed image on a Time Magazine article. The article, “What Makes a School Great“, covers the new Waiting for “Superman” movie that is a documentary on the […]
Posted on 10. Sep, 2010 by Jeff Lambert.
Every time Yoplait puts on their support program for the Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure campaign I just get disgusted. No, I’m not against getting rid of breast cancer, quite the opposite. What drives me nuts is […]