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August 2022: “Two Roads…”

My poems—I should suppose everybody’s poems—are allset to trip the reader head foremost into the boundless.Ever since infancy I have had the habit of leaving myblocks, carts, chairs, and such like ordinaries where peoplewould be pretty sure to fall forward over them in the dark.Forward, you understand, and in the dark. Robert Frost to Leonidas W. Payne, Jr.,November 1, 1927 (Robert Frost…

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Q2 2022: Markets & Tropical Storms

“I said there’s storm clouds, they’re big storm clouds; now it’s a hurricane.” Jamie Dimon NY Financial Conference 6/6/2022 Let’s talk Tropical Storms … Were you aware that a hurricane and cyclone are the same thing?! Both are a “weather phenomenon” known as a Tropical Cyclone. Per NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), a division of the U.S. Department…

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June 2022: Send in the Clowns

“Time For Jay to go hard! 100 BPS” @jimcramer 6.10.22 Send in the clowns Merriam-Webster defines a clown as:  : a fool, jester, or comedian in an entertainment (such as a play); specifically: a grotesquely dressed comedy performer in a circus.  : a person who habitually jokes and plays the buffoon While Merriam-Webster was formed in 1831, clowns, without question, predated them. As…

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May 2022: Fool me once, shame on you… Fool me 5 times, shame on…you too??!

Fool me Once … We’ve all heard the proverb before, “Fool me once, shame on you … Fool me twice, shame on me”. If you search the web for its “meaning”, you’ll find the following: Knowyourphrase.com Recognizing that you fell for the same trick twice and realizing that you should’ve been able to identify it the second time around. Wiktionary.com After being tricked once, one…

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Q1 2022: “Hello darkness my old friend…I’ve come to talk with you again…”

“Because a vision softly creeping,  left its seeds while I was sleeping …  And the vision that was planted in my brain Still remains, within the sound of silence” My father-in-law passed away a few weeks ago. The moment when we received the phone call, my family was on a quick weekend trip with some friends to one of…

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March 2022: “Sometimes you’ve got to take a big step back…to see the full picture”

TAKE A BREATH Seriously … take a deep breath! One of the best ways to relax the body and mind is taking deep breaths. The simple process of inhaling slowly through the nose, filling both your lungs, holding that breath, then slowly exhaling out though your mouth has the ability to stimulate endorphins, increase circulation, and balance the body’s…

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February 2022: “It’s not what you look at that matters…It’s what you see!!!”

Dasymutilla Occidentalis One of the greatest accomplishments of my life is being a father. At times it feels as if it’s a constant, never-ending, thankless job. The amount of work that goes into raising children is a massive, total, unremitting commitment. But the rewards are simply priceless. Every now and then, a free moment affords me the opportunity to…

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Q4 2021: Keep your hands and feet inside the ride until it comes to a full and Complete STOP!!! OR???

A proactive approach Tick, tick, tick, tick … It’s an indistinguishable sound … tick, tick, tick, tick … chains melodically ratcheting … tick, tick, tick, tick … pressure builds as you sink into the back of your seat … tick, tick, tick, tick … butterflies fill your stomach as you move higher and higher and higher … tick, tick,…

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December 2021: It’s about that TIME…Don’t get caught off guard, AGAIN!

“Life can be so much broader once you discover one simple fact – and that is everything around you that you call “Life” was made up by people that were no smarter than you.  Once you learn that – you’ll never be the same again” ~ Steve Jobs (The Lost Interview, NETFLIX) It’s happening, again…  Federal Reserve officials along…

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November 2021: Failing to Prepare is…Preparing to FAIL!

Cre·scen·do /krəˈSHenˌdō/ noun the loudest point reached in a gradually increasing sound. “the port engine’s sound rose to a crescendo“ MUSIC verb increase in loudness or intensity. “the reluctant cheers began to crescendo” “Those with a musical background should be familiar with the term crescendo. Fun fact: The classical piece, Bolero, written by French composer Maurice Ravel is the single…

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