Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Chase.

“There are only two pains in life. The pain of hard work and the pain of regret. One is hard, it pushes you, stretches you; but in the end, we are grateful for it because it makes us a better person. This is the pain of hard work. The other, the pain of regret, may sometimes never go away.”......
Coach Gelwix

I have started to roll up my sleeves and dig in on something I find to be quite interesting that involves building upon recent interests and ideas... I do not know what the final product will look like or if it will lead to anything but I am excited to see what will come of it, if anything at all. To get a taste of the influences for were the idea is going, check out the latest over on The Weekenders. I will share more as it starts to take form while we march toward the final sunsets of the year...

Oh Man, where has the time gone? If anyone knows please let me in on it because I think I lost some of it a while back....

So go out and apply Coaches advise above and make the most of the last 2, no wait, a month and a bit, that is left of the year and go out and get your 'IT'... whatever that 'IT' is!


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Something to Think About….

A young boy encounters a barn full of manure. While that would be more than slightly off-putting to most, he grabbed a shovel and began to start digging away with great gusto. When asked why he would do this, the boy replied, "With all this 'manure', there has to be a pony in here!"
Susan Roane


Monday, November 09, 2009

A Night On The Town.

The sky was falling, it was getting dark and the weekend was soon upon us. So I gathered up the wife and kids and we headed out into the night to have a little fun and to check out "The Field House"!It may sound a little strange but I was actually very excited to check out the new shop by the Blackbird team.... And I was not disappointed.
Since moving to the Great Northwest I have been missing the shopping experience that I have been use to in the LA area. To say there is a void of good shops n' Boutiques here is everything short of an understatement. Very few and very far between. So "The Field House" is a welcomed addition.
This past Friday they had a little open house for the shop. Warm beverages and a warm welcoming. It was a great chance to meet with the crew that made it happen and mingle with those that want to support it. My boys even had a good time. So thank you Blackbird for the night out.

If you have not had a chance to make out there yet make sure you do.