Monthly Archives: July 2012

I Feel Healthier and Luckier and I Still Need Help

People ask me how I’m feeling, mindful I have a heart problem. I feel healthier and luckier, largely because people help me when I share my health status. My hope is this story helps everyone become healthier and luckier as … Continue reading

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Local Elections with Universal Issues

Local Elections with Universal Issues Ballots should be mailed soon for the August 7 primary election. Primary results select the top two candidates for the general election and decide judicial elections with two candidates. I’m offering my reading of candidate … Continue reading

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Keeping Projects Manageable During Retirement

Last weekend I reviewed my resolution to smile more and my budget to spend less. Accomplishing those would make me smile. Smiles have been hard to generate trapped in the pressure of too many projects during my retirement. My new … Continue reading

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Being Happy on the Fourth of July, 2012

 My annual reading of our Declaration of Independence reaffirmed our inalienable right to the pursuit of happiness, which Karen and I recently undertook with a driving vacation to and from Denver. Karen enjoyed driving most of the 2700 miles knowing … Continue reading

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