“If I had less to do, I would have time to appreciate what I have done.”
Well, it’s Veterans Day. This is the last post for photos of the WW2 Memorial. Hope they have inspired you to visit, if possible yourself. For those companies trying to make a buck off the holiday, shame on you. For those companies doing something for service men and women, my hat is off to you. You might want to check out the following links if your a service (former or active) for some deals. The Military Wallet | Military Benefits Info | Military.com
“There is no such thing as a safe job anymore in this world. No matter what you do or how good you are or how long you have been there or what you have done for them in the past or how successful your company is. You’re job is constantly evaluated and it comes down to MONEY.” So I guess the fellow that coined the term “Show me the Money” already knows this.
“Those without honesty, will never have respect. Those without honesty while succeeding in the short run will fail in the long run. Those without honesty lack integrity. And despite how much they think this can be hidden, its something that comes through for all to see in the end”
“Nothing could beat the day of fishing we did yesterday on the Chesapeake Bay. Unless our friend Dan who passed away shoveling snow earlier this year could have been there with us.”
We miss you brother and we slade the ROCKS. Thanks for watching over us and getting back to port. Those waves were mountains on the shipping channel yesterday.
“Sometimes when you lose tv, phone and internet access from your provider (thank you very little Verizon) and they say it will be a couple of days before they can get out and fix their problem. It shows you how many more important and fun things there are to do in life.”
Oh, and thanks for leaving me on hold for over an HOUR Verizon. I see your working towards the customer service level of Comcast. Keep up the good work and you will be there in no time.
“Opportunity is when you open your eyes and realize how lucky you are to have been afforded the wonderful gifts you received in life like your health and happiness and compassion, and when you start to look at sharing those gifts with those less fortunate each day.”