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Lego Mania

My oldest grandson is into legos.  I mean big time legos.  He loves to play legos.  He wants others to play legos with him.  Unfortunately at the age of 8 he has a limited concentration span for putting Lego models together.   546 more words

Personal Mastery

Behind the Lens

I’ve noticed that one of the first things beginners consider becoming a photographer is the gear.  I remember the days when I wanted to consider myself a photographer and I imagined that I had the lights, the studio and of course the massive camera.  391 more words


The Four Stages of Competence

The Four Stages of Competence

Understanding these Four Stages of Competence could save a-lot of frustration when you’re learning a new skill or trying to master a new subject.   685 more words

Teaching Moments

My Two Cents

After reading something on an Amateur Radio forum, I penned the following reply and thought the blogosphere would get some insight into it as well. 313 more words

Amateur Radio

Leadership At Home...Part 1

The greatest opportunities for influence occur within the confines of the four walls where we live.

What we need to consider, however, involves several areas of critical significance. 159 more words

Thankful and Blessed


Reading through my past blogs has that effect on me. There is a flood of release of all my thoughts and feelings on a wide array of issues which gently remind me how good and faithful my Living God is to me. 202 more words

Christian Walk

Lessons from Meeple

Life is rich with teaching moments, those seemingly small events that impart something about our world, or more importantly, about ourselves.  Teaching moments often come in surprising ways.  369 more words