Tag Archives: Ray Visotski
I was reminded today that I was supposed to be reading a book that was given to me by the man who could have been the inspiration for the movie, “School of Rock.” Yes, I’m referring to the one and … Continue reading
It was on the evening of the last day of 1992 that Bill McNamara called and gave me a New Year’s present. He offered me the priviledge of overseeing the rennovation of an 18,000 sq ft, water damaged, office building … Continue reading
Sounds like a plan for work, home and well, . . . anywhere.
Two young boys walked into a pharmacy one day, picked out a box of tampons and proceeded to the checkout counter. The pharmacist at the counter asked the older boy, “Son, how old are you?” “Eight”, the boy replied. The … Continue reading
I’ll be taking a brief hiatus from blogging as we are moving half way accross the Country next week and my wife can’t do it all by herself. Between working up until the day I move and preparing to … Continue reading
Yesterday, I wrote Minor Distractions. Not labled “Part I” as I didn’t anticipate a “Part II.” Sometimes, reality is stranger than fiction. Consider this, . . . Today was the day I was leaving the beach to head home … Continue reading
We have been here five days and the fire alarm has gone off three times. Apparently, there is a problem with the heat/smoke detector in the elevator, mechanical room. Luckily, it has gone off during the middle of the day … Continue reading
“Faith is different than proof: The latter is human; the former is a gift from God” Blaise Pascal
From the pen of Chuck Gallagher It is important that one must stay alert and learn to tell the difference. . . my advice to me.
I spotted this picture on the wall at our veterinarian’s the other day. I could not help but observe that there was one, critical rule left off. . . “feed us”. A hungry dog is an anxious … Continue reading
The introduction to the next chapter of our lives is underway. After being recruited for and turning down two job offers over the last year, the third was the charm, and in a few weeks, after living in South Carolina … Continue reading
It just goes to show you that there is often a disconnect between intent and perception. I guess I blew it. We are meeting all these challenges full of good cheer and with smiles on our faces. That is what … Continue reading
Ice Storms, Earthquakes & Oncologists was published a few days ago by a buddy of mine. He shares a journey that many have traveled before and closes with poignant observations and questions. Kent is a college professor/administrator and we didn’t … Continue reading