Get The Funk Out

Funk can be good or no so good, depending on the meaning intended. Whoozy light-headed blah, doldrums, out of sorts, not so good. Funk like the music vibe, really really good sometimes. Recently for me, I was feeling the former; weird, odd, funky. Fuzzy whoozy brain. Bumpish night with the kids. LSleepy. Fortunately a little …

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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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Easing Back, Back to Front, No Grind

After two weeks healing myself and my girls up from COVID, I’m logging back on to work life. Not on-site just yet; gotta solve this cough problem. L Back to front? It basically means, my intent to start work again with a fresh, healthier, balanced approach, retaining my sense of self and priority. My goal? …

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Goat Trails

Back when I started at the company under which I'm currently employed, we were in fivebuildings near each other in a sort of quasi cul-de-sac. My buddy and I would sometimes walk together between buildings, as was necessary dependingon what had to be done; different departments were housed in separate buildings. And my buddy would …

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