Tag Archives: Work

Holiday schedule

Having fun with modeling clay. I’m planning on using modeling clay to create and light things or scenes I want to draw. Models will allow me to light them the way I want and see how the shadows would cast. … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Vacations, Work | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Holiday schedule

A day ending in Y

A friend and I were talking recently and he asked when my next day off was. I confessed that it would be October 9th, Thanksgiving, but in reality not really much of a day off since the family comes over … Continue reading

Posted in Money, Work, work | Tagged , , | Comments Off on A day ending in Y


I don’t write about work or where I work because that way be dragons for any employee of any company. That doesn’t give a lot of leeway to write about some fine people other than in the most vague sense. … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Happiness | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Work

Humour – Ar – Ar

When Lynn was paralyzed I slept on the floor in the living room so if she roused at night I would be there. We got the day rolling around 4:30 or so and on it rolled until I got home … Continue reading

Posted in Work | Tagged | Comments Off on Humour – Ar – Ar

Drawing to a close

December is drawing to a close and along with it 2016 which on a socio political front might have been a bit fubar but on the home front things are basically good. Yesterday was the fifth anniversary of Lynn’s death … Continue reading

Posted in Family, General, life | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Drawing to a close

Seven on Seven

The new order of things, working seven days a week, brings a new meaning to being tired on some days. Tired is okay as long as it doesn’t turn to fatigue it’s all good. The extra money has been handy … Continue reading

Posted in Art, General, Work | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Seven on Seven

The gig economy

The new job has been going well. By new job I mean the part time job that I took to fill the waking hours when I am not at my full time job. It’s back to picture framing. I always … Continue reading

Posted in Family | Tagged , | Comments Off on The gig economy

Learning curve

I’m closing in on completing the academic portion of Power Engineering. The practical will be in May and June. At the end of that I will have seven years in which to write for certification with ABSA. I’ve been learning … Continue reading

Posted in General, work | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Learning curve

Crisis? What crisis?

Oil has played a strange roll in my life and in the life of many people born between 1960 and 1965. A thin sliver of end days Baby Boomers and first year GenXers. Oil has been the bane of our … Continue reading

Posted in General | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Crisis? What crisis?

Kind of an oddity

In truth I don’t know who reads this blog nor why they read it. There is traffic and page views and once in a while there are comments. With this in mind it struck me as obvious that making a … Continue reading

Posted in Photography, Work, Writing | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Kind of an oddity