Monthly Archives: March 2019

Wednesday Book Highlight: Survival of the Fittest, by Jacqui Murray

A long time blogging buddy, Jacqui Murray from Worddreams is having a blog hop for her new book, Survival of the Fittest, and today it’s my turn to spotlight her new book.  I’ve been following her progress on writing this book.  … Continue reading

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My Next Career

In the summer of 1978 I enrolled in an electronics school to learn the fine art and science of electronics.  I was just out high school and was looking at my options – well they sucked.  The security company I … Continue reading

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Friday Wisdom – Bread and Butter

The hardness of the butter is directly proportional to the softness of the bread. More science lessons next week, Andrew

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Wednesday Woodworking – Another new old cabinet

It’s finally starting to warm up enough so I can get work done in my outside workshop and this weekend I got another cabinet in place in the laundry room.  This is the last cabinet I’ll be able to fully … Continue reading

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