Thanks to BobbiDigital on Twitter for this video. This restaurant is crazy. I would like to eat there, just once though.
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Some of my Favorites from the video:
“The American Medical Association doesn’t recognize me”
“Good old fashioned healthy Lard”
“Only try this under scantily clad medical supervision”
Today I did something that I haven’t done in a quite awhile, I cleaned out my planner.
I always have such trouble keeping my planner in a condition which allows me to close the zipper. Most of the time it’s just bursting at the seams. Well not today.
My wife was kind enough to get me a Franklin Covey refill for my birthday, and it instructed me to put 2 months worth of the planning pages in it. Well that wasn’t going to happen in the condition the planner was in at the time. So a cleaning out was in order.
What goes? Well, old pictures of the kids, I have new ones now, coupons that have expired, membership cards to places that either I don’t go to, or that aren’t in business any more. Also, old receipts, old calendar pages, notes for things that have passed, and goals that I haven’t achieved.
Wait a second? Goals that I haven’t achieved?
Well, looking back a year, it seems that I went through my planner then as well, although you wouldn’t be able to tell if you saw how much stuff I tossed.
At that time, I noticed there were a lot of things that I had never finished. Well, this year is no different.
I will have to say that this year, I’ve really done well at keeping the important things in mind. My family and kids have been in the front of my mind.
Also, Art and I started a podcast over at Two Guys Tech, and that’s going really well, with 37 shows under our belt, we have somewhere around 75 regular listeners. If you haven’t checked it out, check out the feed.
So, back to those goals that I was talking about. You know, the ones I never achieved. Well, they get moved to this year’s goals. If I looked at them, and they are still pertinent, then it would be a shame to stop pursuing them just because they proved to be hard.
I hope you’re willing to do the same.
Here’s wishing you a terrific 2009!
Much good work is lost for the lack of a little more.
Edward H. Harriman