The roof over my head.

As I sit here in my living room, wife at my side, dogs at my feet, there is chaos afoot above me.  Yes, 18 years after it went up, the roof is coming down.  Last summer’s storms ripped off some of the shingles and I hit the powerball of home insurance – no matching material available, new roof required.

So, while I do technically have a roof over my head, it’s kind of threadbare.  But I’m grateful that God’s given me a warm place to live in a cold world.

Coworkers and other mammals.

Another thought has just occured to me:  coworkers are the most overlooked valuable resource we have.  They are targets for bounced thoughts, kind words and the sharing of bad food (well, that’s what the doctor calls it.)

Don’t overlook your coworkers as mere factotums.  They are God’s gift to you in the workplace.

So, the man with little to say starts running his yap.

It’s time for me to blog.  Almost every day I have some useless thing to blather about that somehow eludes me when I sit down later to actually put it to paper.  I can now spew nonsense from my phone.  And I will do just that as time permits.

I will do one post per week to begin.  Maybe more.  It all depends on how angry/happy/silly/vociferous I am on any given day.

In the meantime, thanks for dropping by.