Just need to get the patio sealed and it is all done! Click any image for a full screen view.
From my dad: “I got to hear gold medalist Scott Hamilton on Thursday. He was amazing. He quoted whining as a way of telling everyone else what you are able to endure. He said the only disability in life is negativity. I’ve heard a lot of great speakers but he was among the best I have heard. Anyway, your quote on whining made me think you would like Scott’s quote also.”
This book looks like it would be a good read, here is the description from Amazon…
“You probably won’t have heard of any of the people eulogized in Obit, but they will remind you of the variety of humans on earth and the absolute certainty that no matter how powerful a personality, eventually the body goes, and that what remains stays not only in people’s hearts, but in their stories.”
Like Everything I Really Needed to Know, I Learned in Kindergarten, or Tuesdays with Morrie, Obit is a wise and deeply moving book that illuminates the human condition. For ten years, Jim Sheeler has scoured Colorado looking for subjects whose stories he will tell for the last time. Most are unknowns, but that doesn’t mean they’re nobodies. Their obituaries are sometimes humorous, sometimes heartbreaking, and chock full of life lessons as taught by the people we all pass on the street every day. And thanks to Sheeler’s brilliant and compassionate prose, it’s not too late to meet them.
Here are some pictures of Tyler doing his morning ritual with Mom.