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How do you explain it when others are able to achieve things that seem to defy all the assumptions? I watched this TEDx talk last month that’s really got me thinking about my creative work processes. In this video Simon Sinek discusses concepts from his book, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Ins...
Probably sounds corny, but I have to say last Thursday, December 20th was one heck of a day! What better way to start it off than a big breakfast with friends and coworkers. We essentially took over the Hudson, a great little restaurant and bar in the SoDo district of Seattle on E Marginal Way. S...
The holidays bring up a lot of wonderful memories... and they include a few ghosts from Christmas past. Not to dwell on anything dark a few days just before Christmas but I was thinking of my Dad this day. Funny how you do that as time goes by. He’s been gone now since November of 1998. It struck...
I was reminded the other day of my first truck. It was a 1951 ¾ ton white Chevy panel. I bought it from the Orting Fire Department in 1967. They retired this big old fire rescue truck with its 4 speed long throw floor shifter with compound low, 17 inch wheels, a 92 hp inline 6 cylinder engine and...
I’m looking forward to this Thursday. I’ll be headed down to the Regina House in South Park. We’ll be helping out any we can for the day distributing food and clothes. The Regina House is operated by Providence and has a weekly food and clothing bank. Anyone who comes through their doors will be ...
In my box of old family treasures I found this Christmas Card. It was sent to my Grandpa George from his niece Julie in 1964. Though at first look it appears to be 3D, it’s actually a photograph of a handmade card. Pretty cool for 1964. Santa’s beard, coat trim, and the snow are obviously made of...
Dang it! I did it again! As is often I’m on the run when I hear the sound of those jungle drums going off in my shirt pocket. It’s one of my tribe, they need me now! My adrenaline rushes, reflex takes over. Briefcase in my right hand I snap with my left... I’m one iPhone slinging 4s digital cowbo...
About 40 miles north of my place in Renton is the small town of Snohomish. It’s one of the oldest inland communities in our area of the Pacific Northwest, founded in 1859. Emory C. Ferguson (1833-1911) was a pioneer and founder of the City of Snohomish. He originally came here to find gold but ma...
I was going through the camera roll on my iPhone and found a few photos I didn't realize I had. This one is my favorite. Barbie Van Horn and I were leaving Chocolat Vitale in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood last Friday. Before we jumped in the car to head back to the office I turned around to shoo...
One of the things I enjoy during the Holiday Season is getting out the old box of decorations to revisit those little treasures from yesteryear. Like the tree ornament my brother Terry made back in grade school out of Plaster of Paris. It weighs over a pound and would bend the branch so far you f...

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