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The fine print at the top.

 

walking the dog
Yesterday morning near Walt Disney World.

 

Walking a dog
Sam (dog) is a self-walking dog. He carries his leash so you don’t have to.

 

Yesterday was a comeback day, meaning i was dragging mentally and physically from the effects of the flight fiasco to South America.

Intentionally didn’t contact Delta for resolution because i wanted another day to recover so i can go into negotiations closer to optimal energy level.

Wish me luck today.

 

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Self Control (Impossible?)

The $7,300 Delta One ticket wasn’t enough

Delta One seat
This was going to be an amazing way to get 8 hours of sleep last night. It didn’t happen.

 

Happy present moment. 

Writing this from the 9-hour red-eye flight from Atlanta to Santiago, Chile. 

The $7,300 Delta One ticket wasn’t enough to keep me in premium when the aircraft change happened five minutes before leaving the house. 

 

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Goodness

The weird thing about believing something is how we score on the toughest tests

Delta flight 38 MCO-ATL, February 11, 2013
Delta flight 38 MCO-ATL, February 11, 2013

 

The weird thing about saying we believe in something is how we score on the toughest of tests.

When our buttons get pushed do we have the wealth of attitude to react congruent with our noble beliefs?

Yesterday while boarding an (Orlando) Delta flight for the um-teenth time (like 300k miles-ish) with the trusty, company-issued roller bag, the Delta agent insisted the bag be checked.

Stunned, I mumbled, “Seriously?”

I believe we should be kind, patient, and generous with our calmness. It took everything I had. Seriously!

It was after midnight when the Iowa Marriott called to wake me up (gave the ok earlier) that the bag had finally arrived and was being sent directly to the room…

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Honey, It's For You

My Daughter Has Brain Cancer

“Are you heading home”?, I asked the women (73) in the window seat.

“No, I’m going to visit my daughter (47) who has brain cancer”.

Then she asked me the same question and I asked her, “Can you please give me a few minutes so I can comprehend what you just said”?

A routine day. A routine trip.  A routine question.

A wake up call answer.

And just the day before I was taking about “Living before you die” with another man in mid life.

It’s like someone is telling me, do it, start writing and get your book out there. Too many people are sleeping.

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Rethink

Tip Of The Mid Life Iceberg?

Tip Of The Mid Life Iceberg?

This question is vague. And also vague sometimes, is my courage to admit I’m at mid life and that the clock is ticking.

If I’m to do something great. If I’m to make a difference. I’m to quit making excuses. If I’m to leave my comfort zone behind.

I must start now.  The reality of these simple truths is just the tip of the iceberg.  Here’s a short You Tube video from three weeks ago as I viewed my very first actual icebergs near Greenland:

Did I mention the clock is ticking?

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