Reading Time: 5 minutes I’ve put writing this post on pause for reasons beyond my intuition. Our sweet Izabella Mae made it across Rainbow Bridge one year ago on Sept 11, 2021. If you’ve ever owned a sweet dog for a long time, you likely relate to why I waited to post about the loss of Bella. We enjoyed… Continue reading A Dog Blog & An Invitation to Contact Me
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Happy 32nd Birthday ADA! It’s Fun to Celebrate the Birth of a Great Law!
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law on July 26, 1990, by President George H.W. Bush. Today the Law turns 32 years old! Happy Birthday to the ADA! The ADA is one of America’s most comprehensive pieces of civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same… Continue reading Happy 32nd Birthday ADA! It’s Fun to Celebrate the Birth of a Great Law!
What Did Your Grandfather’s Father Do for a Living? Need Evidence on An Occupation?
Reading Time: 5 minutes My mother Ann Dodge Prochnow, researched a book titled “Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Massachusetts 1629-1894” authored by John Thompson Dodge Ph.D. Dr. Dodge was born in 1850 in Vermont. Dr. Dodge was a railway civil engineer. And he’s directly related to my mom! My mom read the book (Ann’s brother Gerry… Continue reading What Did Your Grandfather’s Father Do for a Living? Need Evidence on An Occupation?
Here’s a Dum-Dum Post! Want an Expert too?
Reading Time: 4 minutes In February 2020, at the beginning of the awareness of Covid-19, I attended a large conference with well over 200 people in attendance. During lunch, I sat at a table next to an intelligent man and we had a conversation about our jobs and serving as an expert “in the field”. His field is neuropsychology… Continue reading Here’s a Dum-Dum Post! Want an Expert too?
Big Miss Steak…Cut Your Meat, Chew A Lot and Eat Slowly!
Reading Time: 5 minutes We humans make some big mistakes. It’s those misguided or wrong actions or judgments that range from simple to complex that can cause alarm and then when understood and corrected can turn into an unforgettable learning experience. My family and a couple of the kid’s friends had Florida travel plans in June of 2017 to… Continue reading Big Miss Steak…Cut Your Meat, Chew A Lot and Eat Slowly!
Here’s Link, One Love in My Son’s Life & He Got Married!
Reading Time: 4 minutes If you’ve noticed, I like to add links to my posts. I hope you’ve found something interesting to read when you read more and more into my blog posts! Ironically, I have a grand dog named Link! He belongs to my son Jacob and his wife Bridget! More to come on this news below! LinkyPooPoo… Continue reading Here’s Link, One Love in My Son’s Life & He Got Married!
Happy 21st Anniversary Vocational Resources Plus! Read On for My Opinion on a Current Subject Matter!
Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog is a continuation of last years 20th Anniversary congrats to my company, where I posted numerous roses. This year I have these beauties to share! These white roses are on my desk, and if you look closely you can see Alaska’s picture, bottom right. She is also below my desk, where she likes… Continue reading Happy 21st Anniversary Vocational Resources Plus! Read On for My Opinion on a Current Subject Matter!