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Monthly Archives: November 2009
At our weekly sales meeting yesterday we got some very interesting news. One of our sales people and his wife bougt Delice Bakery. Delice had been in the Old Market for what seemed like forever but recently closed.The bakery will … Continue reading
I am not sure what it is all going to mean, but it seems that everyone that I know that is in their late 20’s is either pregnant, wants to get pregnant or just had a baby. At some point … Continue reading
As some of you know I went to Norfolk Catholic which is a small prep school in my home town. I had a whopping 28 kids in my graduating class. One of the many things Norfolk Catholic is known for … Continue reading
Here is a link to Ernie Goss’ most recent post. It looks like when the govt raise the tax rate we become less likely work hard. The next few years are going to get interesting Check the last line of … Continue reading
– “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” – “Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.” – “As far as I’m concerned, I prefer … Continue reading
– “I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity.” – “I believe that every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation; every possession, a duty.” – “I would rather earn 1% off 100 people’s efforts than 100% … Continue reading
I was reading a book by James Dobson recently and he said the following. “The only way to keep yourself from borrowing to much money is to have needs and wants unfulfilled.” He went on to say that the reasons … Continue reading
For the last week, I hear or read very little English. the business language in Mali is French, All. I am finally greeting people in French and starting to use short phrases in French. We did something really cool today. … Continue reading
There are very few similarities between Mali and America.. The reason that I bring this up is that Jim Nichols one of my co instructors and a professor from Grace University brought up a starling difference. One of the biggest … Continue reading