I stopped the car on our branch road to capture the stunning fall colors highlighted by the brooding storm overhead.
Some how I got interested in stoicism, perhaps just a little bit as its not making too much sense just yet. Anyway, I’m subscribed to the Daily Stoic emails and today’s email and my corresponding discovery is that when your angry, perhaps it’s best not to read this s***.
This is something we have to remember when we get overwhelmed or puffed up. That none of this is new. All of this is running according to a tired script as old as time. Don’t let it go to your head. Don’t let it get to you. You’re just an actor playing a role. And soon enough they’ll be producing a remake of it and you won’t even be around to be in it.
This really didn’t inspire me at all. A little depressing actually.
It’s early stages but here is a possible route to take in all the Frank Lloyd Wright stuff in Wisconsin as well as Falling Water in PA.!
I’ve been year round cycle commuting for 5 years now and of course the winter season is the most challenging. Studded snow tires certainly help, but this year I rode a fat bike for a few days, What a game changer. Seriously considering adding a new bike to the stable.
We had a great day with the family starting with Brunch and culminating with the traditional turkey dinner. Lots of action with Parker & Easton (4) and Clark & Dane (2), they really bring something special to the day.
when I get a message like this from one of the Grandkids
Came across this great post. Laughed out loud a couple of times. So much truth And much of it applies to grandparenting as well except they go home after a while. And while we’re responsible when the Grandkids are with us, the ultimate responsibility goes home to the parents too.
Took a Mother’s Day road trip to Narcisse to see the snakes, us and hundreds of other folks! The parking lot was jammed and people were parking on both elides of the highway for at least 1/4km in each direction from the enterance.
It was a pleasant walk around the area between the various snake dens. Lots of kids seeing how many snakes they could catch at one time. This guy was one of my favourite shots.
A few more photos over on Flickr https://flickr.com/photos/44072178@N00/sets/72157668107992076
Spending the day walking The Strip in Las Vegas on the Saturday before the Information on Demand conference. Flights down were good and a $30 taxi ride from the airport to the Mandalay Bay, which looks like walking distance from the airport and I’m here. Room is great and after picking up my registration materials it’s out to explore the town on foot. Actually, I think I’ll