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Pain and Fear

Lots of digitizing of old VHS. Then hit a block. A personal block. I lined up the tapes in the order I wanted to transfer them and now I have stopped. Last night I watched Shaun White’s Russia Calling. He’s… Continue Reading →

Friday Morning Reflections

The last couple of days have had me delving back into the realms of cognitive psychology. by

A Grip of Art

Keep forgetting how much art has accumulated in my tiny studio space. Maybe I should get it ready to hang and sell a few? by

Skate Time

Broken skateboard clock! Spent a little extra to get USA made clock movements. This is the test subject. If the clock reads the same time tomorrow, things are either working properly or I waited exactly 12 or 24 hours to… Continue Reading →

Put A Skull On It


Alien Dog Broken Skate

Art supplies and Doggies from Sirius. Seems I am back from hiatus. by

Harder Better Faster

Track runs using RunKeeper. Decent app. Recently completed a challenge that granted a free month of elite for extra stat tracking capabilities. If I ever get a heart rate monitor that syncs with the app I will probably pay for… Continue Reading →

Changing of the Shoes

Two half-marathons and all the training that goes with that. Pounding the pavement in four states in two time-zones. They have earned their retirement. And by retirement I mean they get thrown in the trash before the new shoe scent… Continue Reading →

Once In A Lifetime

The trick with a once in a lifetime opportunity is to recognize it when it comes along, jump on it, and don’t let go until the ride is over. Realized I had a handful of once in a lifetime opportunities… Continue Reading →

Now That I Know I Can Finish

Two half-marathons this year. Both completed in roughly the same time, solid mid-pack. I know I can complete a half-marathon in a respectable amount of time. Great. What now? I see two choices. Either up my distance or decrease time…. Continue Reading →

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