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At A Glance

At A Glance Scientist, psychologist and a host of other professions who are in the know say we judge people more quickly than ever before. From milliseconds to 7 seconds, our brains are working in concert with our senses to judge the trustworthiness of a person, all the way to lasting impressions that are hard…

Re-Cap

Re-Cap It’s only after something has ended that you can recap the experience. From what has happened you can comprehend what was done, and if you are honest with the assessment you can record the positive and negative. If you are really good, then you will analyze and take note of the valuable lessons you will…

Go Dog, Go!

Go Dog, Go! I was surely just 5 or 6 years old. We lived in Seabrook on the property my dad managed for Champion Paper Company, an employee’s only park. 140 acres of fun! Mom subscribed to a mail order early reader service and every so often we would get a few Beginner Readers in…

Stop, Look and Listen

Stop, Look and Listen! I remember… and you probably do also. Way back when. We were being taught how to survive crossing dangerous intersections! Well, maybe “survive” is a little strong, but as a kid, I remember someone teaching these important words to share how we need to exercise caution at every stop sign and crossroad. Not…

At What Cost?

At What Cost? New or Used… Or even Free… Everything has a cost. I woke early this morning, spent a few minutes into my morning routine, and this thought crept in as I read the article about a billionaire who makes more money in 5 days than most of us make in a lifetime. Yep. I…

Let Your Blood Flow

Let Your Blood Flow Back in the olden days, and I mean really way, way back, a barber pole represented multiple disciplines. My research points to the surgical role a “barber” played. Blood-letting by opening a vein and letting bad blood out so new blood would take its place. Leeches were used to suck out…