Tag Archives: wonderful
Posted on 05. Nov, 2012 by Jeff Lambert.
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 […]
Posted on 12. Mar, 2010 by Jeff Lambert.
Well, I’ve kicked off my start of the East Bay Regional Park District’s (EBRPD) Trails Challenge 2010 with a short and quick five mile run in Fremont. The trail was actually 4.5 miles but I decided to get in at least five miles. There is a longer route that takes you clear to the Bay and ends up being 12.3 miles. And there also is a shorter course […]
Posted on 14. Feb, 2010 by Jeff Lambert.
This year will be marked by the last birthday I will ever celebrate before turning 50. It will also consist of my lovely daughter graduating from Middle School and heading off to High School and my son becoming top dog as a Senior at his High School. Time flies and often it really doesn’t do a whole lot to boost […]
Posted on 06. Jan, 2010 by Unknown Author.
This is the beginning of a new day.
I have been given this day to use as I will.
I can waste it […]
Posted on 09. Dec, 2009 by Jeff Lambert.
I just read an article in the East Brunswick Sentinal that recounted an interview with Joseph Csatari. Mr. Csatari worked with Normal Rockwell for nearly 20 years at the Boy Scouts of America. When Norman Rockwell retired […]
Posted on 02. Dec, 2009 by Jeff Lambert.
While I was looking up the poem that I know as “All Things Bright and Beautiful” but, in actuality, is titled “Maker of Heaven and Earth”, I found that there were more than just the four lines I know from my readings of the wonderful novels by […]
Posted on 01. Dec, 2009 by Jeff Lambert.
Some time ago I set up the Twitter account, tWonderful. I now have started actually tweeting on that account. Essentially, the tweets will come out daily and be a fairly simple phrase describing something that I think is Wonderful. Hopefully, these thoughts will spark a memory in those who read them and bring a smile to their face or otherwise brighten their day. Feel free to follow! At some point I hope to have our twonderful.com website also kicking out content.