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March 30, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

Special Weekend 2007


The above image, Hues Intentions is also available as a Desktop

Today's song is East West by Herman's Hermits, released in 1966.

This weekend is a special weekend for me. On Saturday morning I serve as Toastmaster for the Fourth Speech Marathon my Twin Oaks Toastmasters club has held in two years time. I will be one of several speakers presenting speeches tomorrow.

This Sunday is my birthday! We go out Saturday night for a great steak dinner someplace in San Diego to celebrate. The weather is in the 70's and sunny!

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I published three new short stories:

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My friend, Shelly, send me a link about the black-and-white world of TV.

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I found a story about a successful real estate agent who uses Macs in his business.

Then I found two articles that seem to compliment each other in scope. :-)

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I end today's message with the following Digital Insight.

Light My Fire (Created in September 2003)

Some music just feels so good. When the late Jim Morrison of The Doors created this song of the same name in 1966, it meant only one simple thing.

When Jose Feliciano made that tune a hit in 1968, it meant so much more to me. I remember all the times of my life when the right moment arrived. When I was the initiator and when I, the responder. This image is also available as a Desktop. Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"The look in the eyes conveys the message first. When the thermal energy in a relationship rises, one will encourage the other to ignite the passions.

Assuming mutual acceptance to the overture, how the fire burns is important. Does it burn with such intensity that it will soon burn out? Or does it burn in such a way that the fire is never quenched?

Much of that choice is surprisingly left to one individual. The question arises, is the choice made by the party of the first part, or the second? There is not an absolute way to know for sure in the heat of the moment."

Don


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