There Will Be Time For That Later – Bethany Gladhill — Gladhill Rhone Consulting
My professional coach advises me that if I cut myself a break and do some of the fun things, I’ll actually be MORE refreshed and have MORE space for the work, and i inherently believe her, but I still have a hard time doing it. It’s a ridiculously hard habit to build.
Pairs well with this recent post from Mandy Brown
By doing their art, a whole lot of time suddenly returned. Their art didn’t need more time; their time needed their art.
Beatrix and the Blue Moon
Today’s house project: Putting a “frame” around the composite deck using reclaimed red cedar wood. This hides the ugly edges and, as the wood ages, it should get to a similar tone of grey as the deck.
An important reminder from Nicholas Bate: E-mail isn’t free.
CJ Chilvers says it’s time to get personal…
It’s not the only place for these things, but it’s your place for these things, and that makes all the difference.
What we believe in.
In other recent project news, we spent every free moment we had this weekend doing a massive cleanup and organization of the Summit House garage.
My wife Bethany’s weekend project was restoring an old jukebox that is a family heirloom (so old it plays 78rpm records). Also, reluctantly has put an old RCA Victrola in the free pile.
Reminder: It’s not officially Autumn until I order my first Pumpkin Spice Latte.
You can thank me later for the few extra days of Summer that affords.
Beatrix, Age 15, First Day of 10th Grade. Giving me her “Dad, what the **** are you doing? We’re running late!” look.
The definitive history of the corn dog (er, Pronto Pup) | MPR News
The batter recipes are objectively very similar — and both include cornmeal. The real difference is in the sweetness. Corn dogs have it; Pronto Pups don’t.
In preparation for the upcoming Minnesota State Fair (i.e. The BEST State Fair by any measure).
Team Corn Dog here. Though I won’t turn down the Pronto Pup.