Some background before I start my rant: I work for a mid-size telecommunications company who specialize in two-way communications and sophisticated communication systems. If that didn't bore you and you have an interest in what we do, check us out by going to westcan-acs.com (shameless plug complete). The point being, it is not difficult, nor time-consuming … Continue reading Tune in to WII FM!
Did I mention it has been a busy summer? Well it has. What was designed to be a summer of nothing, turned out to be exactly the opposite. Please don't mistake that statement for complaining however. Although our expectations and reality didn't quite line up this summer, I feel that I have been productive and … Continue reading “No” Can Be Good
I can’t believe it has been a year since I posted “Own Up and Do Something”, but events of late have reminded me how accountability is a rare trait. It’s easy to point the finger, but it takes a special person to own up and make a difference.
In my last post I mentioned that my family and I recently returned from a brief vacation in Kelowna, BC. My wife’s friend of over 20 years got married there and as fate would have it, the couple could not have picked a more beautiful location and day to share their vows. Being that the bride is my wife’s best friend, my wife was heavily involved in discussing, planning, idea bouncing (if that’s a thing), and basically assisting in any way possible so that the time leading up to the big day went smoothly. My wife was perfect for the job: she is organized, thoughtful and has a fine attention to detail. Needless to say our family’s vacation was planned 6 months prior with consideration for travel and accommodations. For the first 4 nights we stayed at a wonderful Bed & Breakfast on a quiet golf course where we enjoyed…
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You will have to forgive me, my loyal followers, for my lack of posts recently. Since my son was born, I've spent the last couple weeks splitting time between home and work. Balancing my lack of sleep with catching up on work activity missed, has left me with little time to sit and write. However, … Continue reading The Trouble with Social Media
I am a huge sports fan. When I was little, instead of watching cartoons in the morning, I used to get up and watch the Sportscentre morning loop on TSN (it was Sportsdesk back then). I would park myself in front of the TV and watch the same hour of programming broadcasted over and over … Continue reading Holding Out