Well, it's been a month and many of you, when I come to see you, have said to me; "Where have you been, things have slowed down on the website?" I realize that and I want to apologize for that. Things have been a little rough over here; at the beginning of this month I … Continue reading There Is A Reason For Pit Stops in NASCAR!
As you all can see by now, I was not able to publish ANYTHING last week. I have been working on the Russ Korpela Podcast and for the last couple of weeks I have been having file corruption issues and was forced to use the backup file that I had made which in turn changed … Continue reading I Surrender.
How to Prepare for a Winter Storm
For this week, I have been wanting to do a blog entry from my work and with this last snow storm that came through our area, I have a chance to post something relevant from work about Winter Safety. I know that it is not a “feel good” story but I also want to share … Continue reading How to Prepare for a Winter Storm
Anybody Up For a Podcast From New Richmond?
Occasionally, from time to time I am going to be posting up some of the Podcasts that we have done with a connection to the player so that you can listen to them right from here. I am going to put Emily Knight from New Richmond Insurance here for this one. New Richmond Insurance has … Continue reading Anybody Up For a Podcast From New Richmond?
It’s Ok To Not Get It Done
I have been doing a lot of thinking over the last week or so about what I want to do for the New Year. Things and habits I want to change, ones I want to keep and how I can improve myself over the coming year. While the majority of this is geared towards work … Continue reading It’s Ok To Not Get It Done
The Truth of The Matter
I remember hearing something like this from a little boy who was trying to get his head around Christmas and Santa. I saw this gag recently and it brought me back all those years ago that led to a discussion about “better to give than receive.” Have a great Holiday Weekend!
Can You Pay for Prime With Cookies?
Hey! Speaking for the Old Guy in The Red Suit …I know that Prime has helped me out of a situation or two! Have a great week everyone!
This week’s post is going to be a little different, I am going to let somebody else do the writing, my proofreader and wife, Shannon. Last week we lost Shannon’s Grandmother who was 98, still lived on her own, and was feisty to the end. I was asked to be a pallbearer, her Uncle Dale … Continue reading Chapter 3
The Tree, My Dad and The Train
In 1941, my Dad and his Brother Don received a Lionel Toy Freight Train for Christmas. The story goes that while they set it up on the dining room table, they could not “run” it because the small connection linking the track to the power supply was not in the package. So, since it was … Continue reading The Tree, My Dad and The Train
As with every household this time of year, there are several traditions that we practice. Certain decorations have their spot in the house, certain tree decorations are strategically placed in a better, more visually appealing, location to remind us of past celebrations; even the choice of tree topper is a source of “who claims first … Continue reading The Suit