Category Archives: Problem Solving

PAIN: Part VI: Epilogue


I had been told by the cardiologist three things as I was leaving the hospital.  The first thing involved my weight.  I struggle with my weight, because I love my breads and desserts.  Anything sweet speaks to my palate and … Continue reading

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PAIN Part IV: The Number 99


I was to report to the hospital at 9:30 a.m. to get checked in and was there right on time.  We walked into the hospital entrance and were ushered to the admission desk.  As with all new medical experiences, there … Continue reading

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Knowing Your Limitations


I grew up with a father that could fix anything.  I mean anything.  A broken washing machine?  He could fix it.  Need laminate on a counter?  He could do it.  Put wall tile on and finish it.  It was done. … Continue reading

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My Plan VS God’s Plan


  There are problems that come our way in which we have the resources to fix the problem and continue to move on.  Those kind of problems are easy because we don’t need anyone to solve the problem, but we … Continue reading

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Perfection Challenged


Most of us would admit to making mistakes in the past.  I say most because I encountered a person who blamed his wife for all the problems of their marriage.  As I investigated further into this persons perspective, I found … Continue reading

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Taken For Granted


I was reminded of the title of this JLOG a few weeks ago when Nadine and I went downtown and saw the street in front of the Flagstaff Orpheum Theater blocked off.    Up and down this street were classic … Continue reading

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Playing Traffic Cop


Have you ever seen one of those traffic cops in a large city directing traffic?  They make an art of stopping one lane while encouraging another lane to move forward or turn left.  It is mesmerizing to see the beauty … Continue reading

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