Observations From The End of a Dust Mop

It Takes a Village (and not the way Hillary meant)

Recently on the NosillaCast Mac Podcast Host Allison Sheridan was talking about whether the internet is causing us to lose empathy with people because we do not meet them in real life to be able to judge their reactions to what is being said. Allison said her interactions were expanded because she had met people…

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A Clean Start to a New Year

Scrubbing of the hallways and commons is the last big thing to do before school starts. That is done so now I can take off a few days for vacation. Nothing special just stay at home and maybe get a few things done, like taking Emily’s Senior pictures. That makes me feel a little old,…

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One Last Look (A Tribute to my Mom)

The room is ready for it’s next occupant. The walls have been patched and the carpet cleaned. But if you close your eyes you can detect something just beyond the realm of senses. Not a ghost but a memory. A series of memories that go beyond these walls and span a life time. Because people…

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Winning is everything………Right?

People who know me know that I don’t care much for sports. Why? It doesn’t interest me. I won’t talk to you about the release of Gnome 2.22 or that KDE 4 is just around the corner so please don’t talk to me about last nights score (and if you don’t understand what I just…

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My Favorite Photos

I thought I would share a couple of my favorite photos and the stories behind them. Actually it’s the same story just continued from one to the other. Some of you may know the background but for the others I’ll tell the story. I started working at school in July of 2004. One of the…

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Some of the reasons I like my job

I like to walk the halls at night. Because in the brilliantly illuminated reality of the day you see what you’re suppose to see and hear what you’re suppose to hear, but it is at night that life gives up it’s secrets. The dreams emerge from the shadows and if you listen closely you hear…

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Welcome to the Mysteries of My Mind

Hello and welcome to my blog. I am always saying that I should write down some of things that I think about while I am pushing the broom around, so here I go. I will also use this to show off some of the photos I take and the special pics that I do. Hopefully…

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His logic tree doesn’t branch

Being the custodian in the same school that the my kids go to means that sometimes I have to deal with parental problems and professional problems at the same time. Case in point, when I went to switch shifts with the other custodian last week, he told me Eric had a problem down in the…

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Finding my tree stump

Shortly after we bought our house we decided that the old apple tree in back had to go. The trunk was half rotted and it would only be a matter of time before it fell down. So we borrowed a chain saw and proceeded to cut it down. All that is except for the last…

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You can’t drive by looking in the rear view mirror

I”m in a reflective mood today. It’s friend’s birthday. She would’ve been 44 today and her daughter and I share the same birthday next month. So I spent some time looking back and thinking about the things that were said, the ones that should’ve been said and the stuff that can’t be taken back. It’s…

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