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In 11 Months is at the 10 month mark!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well folks…. Its been 10 months since I started this Blog. So “In 11 months” is here in one month!!!! – keep posted. A lot has happened – minus my utter lack of active blogging. In a few weeks I will be updating what happened in 11 months and thereafter I will blog what the next 11 months may look like. Its also my plan to blog more. But stay tuned to find out about all the changes and enjoy the ride!!! I did (and didn’t at times).



We loved you!!! Godspeed and rest in peace. You are a hero!!!

Thank You Steve Jobs!!!

Steve Jobs gave me a career, expanded my horizons, imagination and creativity and gave me the tools necessary to do so!!! May he rest in peace and in spite of what he may have said, he HAS changed the world.

As a designer and artist, a quote of his I really appreciate:

When you’re a carpenter making a beautiful chest of drawers, you’re not going to use a piece of plywood on the back, even though it faces the wall and nobody will ever see it. You’ll know it’s there, so you’re going to use a beautiful piece of wood on the back. For you to sleep well at night, the aesthetic, the quality, has to be carried all the way through.” [Playboy, Feb. 1, 1985]

Transitive Causal Relations (CRTs)

If one ever takes the time (and has an excellent and clear, unfettered memory) to review how they ended up where they are in their current life situation it might amaze how one singular event, seemingly insignificant at the time, has had an obvious and demonstrative effect on their present state. It actually happens all the time, perhaps billions of times a day, one small decision that delays or accelerates your movement by one second could mean the difference between life and death. Ever witness a car accident right in front of you or someone running a red light? And you think, “If I hadn’t stopped in the parking lot to tie my shoe…” I am not referring to these things. Call them whatever you like fate or luck or whatever your belief may be, they really are out of our control and 99% of the time we are unaware of them. Merely writing this blog post may be setting me up for disaster or something fantastic to happen or will have no effect whatsoever on my day today. I am calling upon the moments in your life, perhaps years or even decades ago, that you can pinpoint have unequivocally made you what you are today. A chain reaction like falling dominoes all set in motion from one really smart or one really dumb decision. Can you think of one of those?

Fisher on “Train Day”

A Child To Love

Its been a long time since I posted anything but I came across this poem and thought I would share it…

A Child to Love
(one the most classic motivational poems)

You can have your wealth and riches

All the things so many seek,

Position, power, and success,

The fame you long to keep.

You can earn as much as you wish,

Reach a status high above,

But none of these can equal

Having one sweet child to love.

‘Tis the greatest gift from heaven,

Little arms that hold you tight,

And a kiss so soft and gentle

When you tuck them in at night.

A million precious questions

And each story often read,

Two eyes so bright and smiling,

And a darling tousled head.

God has never matched the goodness

Of a trusting little face,

Or a heart so full of laughter

Spreading sunshine every place.

A child to hold and cuddle,

‘Tis a gift from God above,

And the world is so much brighter

When you have a child to love.