The Beginner’s Mind – So Hard to Keep

I've been a fan of @gapingvoid for years. Love this drawing for today. As you develop any sort of knowledge, it's hard to keep a fresh look at an old topic. I find this especially hard when it comes to writing sometimes. It's easy to become jaded and think, "ugggg, people should already KNOW this…

Tales of Tails and Tall Tales #SoCS

https://lindaghill.com/2018/02/09/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-feb-10-18/ The first thing I thought of was something definitely inappropriate – I had read “tale” as “tall” and then there was “tail” and, well, I've got a filthy mind. Draw your own conclusions. Then I thought of puppy dog tails. There's a shortage of those in the house, given Knox and Oscar are boxers…

Beware the Inbound Marketing Carnival Barkers!

Step right up! Step right up! And look at the wonder of the modern marketing machine. SEO, blogs, automation, all in one space from one provider. Never have to do anything yourself Turn it on and watch it go. Leads for you. More leads than you can handle. All you have to do is sign…

It’s Never Too Late . . .

A few months ago, I picked up a daily meditations book. It then sat on one of my groaning bookshelves for a while. I rediscovered it while book shopping in my library and thought I'd start on January 1 with a daily reflection. (I did. This is just the first one I'm blogging about.) So…

Lee Breaux, RIP

Lee was 46. Of all the people I know, barring parents and grandparents, I knew Lee the longest. We “met”, photos and family say, when we were infants/toddlers. A few of my earliest memories include a starring role by Lee. We didn't see each other often, but we made the most of the time we…