Tacos For Breakfast, Lessons Learned

Tacos For Breakfast, Lessons Learned, lessons learned. One kid asked for tacos for breakfast, inspired by Taco Bell the night before, left over from one kid who didn’t chow down, Then dad deciding to make tacos with a couple three frozen burgers, seasoning, tortillas, cheese, some shredded lettuce, Whipped up together in no time, then …

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Lists Redux

I’ve written before about lists, scribbling down more words, likely same thoughts, so helpful sometimes, lists. Scribble down more words to share as I scribble down more words on a list, endless words, endless things to do. Lists like a safety valve, pressure valve, always more always more, scribble down the words that are tied …

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Missing Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain - chef, author, TV storyteller blending food and travel - I miss him. I loved his particular voice, observations, his progression in life and perspective on things. The demons took him, like they’ve taken so many; as I’ve written before, Cornell, Williams, Montrose, my paternal grandfather, my cousin, all cut down by a …

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Fighting For Time

It seems I’m often fighting for time, At home, at work, with my kids. With myself, In the evening, daytime, middle of the night, Like right now, scribbling at 3:00am, awakened by thoughts about work, life, struggles, battles, Fleeting joy, this I know, fighting for time, not so good, slight of hand preferred, slight improvements …

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What We Need

Funny thing, consider what we need. Two samples, both sides, bubble up in mind, consider if you will, Our older daughter swiftly approaching her teen years, wants a mobile phone, of course of course, Has a “practice phone just now”, no service, limited doings possible just now, All the same, wanted a “pocket socket” for …

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