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Fran Tarkenton: Mickelson Was Right And Tax Code Hurts The Little Guy

Pro-golfer Phil Mickelson took a lot of heat for complaining publicly about how much he’s paying in taxes. The prevailing attitude went something like this: “He’s super rich because he plays golf for a living. Why should anyone care...
by The Lonely Conservative on Feb 5, 2013

Lil’ Melon Baby Knee Pads Review and Giveaway

Lil’ Melon is a creative business that sells adorable, helpful knee pads for wee ones who crawl or who are learning to walk. As they put it, “Lil’ Melon’s special baby knee pads were developed out of a mother’s desire to give her da...
by Measuring Flower on Jan 18, 2013

Good-Bye 2011

2011 is almost over, so time for me to assess the good and the bad of the year. Bad: 1: continued depression 2: back and hernia surgery 3: worrying about things that I cannot control Good: 1: surgeries have and … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 31, 2011

Good-Bye 2011

2011 is almost over, so time for me to assess the good and the bad of the year. Bad: 1: continued depression 2: back and hernia surgery 3: worrying about things that I cannot control Good: 1: surgeries have and … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 31, 2011

So Little Guy needed some new shoes

Like any three-year old, Little Guy seems to either outgrow or wear out shoes within a matter of weeks.  It’s getting to Christmastime, one of those times where the kids get a little spiffier, so he needed some “dress” shoes.  Wh...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 21, 2011

Little Guy’s Greatest Hits.

OK, this one just happened today, but it is too good not to share.  We were getting ready to go to our daycare Christmas party.  Little Guy (now 3) and I were in the car waiting for Baby Girl and … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 17, 2011

What’s in a Name: Inked Edition

Earlier this year I waxed somewhat poetically about the names that were given to me by my parents.  Names (not just my own) still are somewhat fascinating to me.  I thought of this the other day when talking to my son.  … Continue reading &...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 16, 2011

A Slight Diversion.

I had to share this quick thought.  Tonight before the kiddos went to bed, we all laid on our bed: Lovely Wife, Baby Girl, Little Guy, and me all cuddled up together, with Wonder Pup at our feet, reading stories.  … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Nov 17, 2011

A Slight Diversion.

I had to share this quick thought.  Tonight before the kiddos went to bed, we all laid on our bed: Lovely Wife, Baby Girl, Little Guy, and me all cuddled up together, with Wonder Pup at our feet, reading stories.  … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Nov 17, 2011

Talk to My Husband, All You Socialists – Update – Rant Continues

I’m sick to death of all of the socialist comments left here on this blog, and everything else I’m hearing, for that matter. This socialist president of ours has done more to destroy my middle class way of life than anyone in my lifetime.
by The Lonely Conservative on May 12, 2011

Reading the Signs

There is an interstate beltway that goes around the city in which I live.  One particular off-ramp always amuses me.  Getting off onto one of the main North-South drags, this particular ramp has two right hand turn lanes, and of … Continue re...
by reclaiming ryan on Apr 26, 2011

Two Girls Revisited

Earlier this month, I wrote about my two wonderful nieces who happen to have Autism Spectrum Disorders.  As I have noted, April is Autism Awareness Month.  April also happens to mark both of their birthdays.  These incredible young ladies are R...
by reclaiming ryan on Apr 20, 2011

What a weekend

This week I am going to eschew my normal philosophical musing type posts.  I am doing this for a couple of different reasons.  The first is that now since I have established a blogging style, it is time to sprinkle … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Apr 4, 2011

Changing Perspective?

Whenever you are troubled, struggling, or uninspired by something, have you ever had somebody tell you this: “You just need to change your perspective”?  It seems to me that little piece of advice can be simultaneously insightful and fru...
by reclaiming ryan on Mar 31, 2011

Friday Ramblings: Even a pawn can checkmate a king

A few weeks ago an individual I know made the comment, “Even a pawn can checkmate a king.”  Well for some reason those words stuck with me and I decided to delve into it a little deeper.  We hear the word pawn used in a negative connota...
by SENTRY JOURNAL on Mar 25, 2011

An old fashioned blog tool

Part of the reason that I decided to blog about my journey through depression is that it would serve as a way of expressing the creative side of my personality.  The only problem is that it seems like the good … Continue reading →...
by reclaiming ryan on Mar 21, 2011

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

When dealing with depression and anxiety, there are definitely good days and bad days.  Right now the bad days seem to outnumber the good days.  What is really frustrating, however, is when the bad and good manifest themselves in the … Contin...
by reclaiming ryan on Mar 18, 2011

New Salsa Pup! Too Adorable For Words!!!!

Now this little guy has got some moves! We absolutely Read More on...
by EndsMeat.com on Dec 7, 2010

This guy is sitting at a bar having a few wobbly-pops

This guy is sitting at a bar having a few wobbly-pops and suddenly gets this feeling that he has to go make an urgent call to the potty. So he goes into the bathroom and sees this really short guy taking a piss. He takes the stall next to this short...
by Best Jokes on May 3, 2010

“HR manager making soup” illustration - Free Friday print download

Illustration of business life, Human Resource, Conductor and little scared guy hanging on to the leg of a big guy - download free print size from my site with the link here...
by Landscapes of strategy on Jan 9, 2009


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