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Saturday, February 04, 2006

It was a quiet week...

Garrison Keillor begins his News From Lake Wobegon: "It was a quiet week..." and then of course we find out it has been anything but!

Just like his closing lines where he proclaims Wobegon to be a place
"where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average."

Things are not always as them seem to be.

You can't tell a book by its cover.

Still waters run deep!

I could continue alone but what's the fun in that?

This was all prompted by the fact that Team Synergy's blog was QUIET this week.

And I am (actually was) partly to blame for that. But now it is the weekend.

Time to regroup, refresh, avoid the Super Bowl preparations (after all the Patriots are not going so what is all the fuss about?) and getting something going.

Like my wife has woken up (yes, I am the early bird this morning) and we are going for a walk.

Catch you all later!


I know it hasn't really be that quiet this week... you all must be coming up with some dandy stuff!

2 Comments:

  • At 8:26 AM, Blogger Rosa Say said…

    You are so right Steve... Not quiet at all - offline!

    I did six different MWA presentations this past week, and guess what each and every one of them had in common? Cultivating daily habits that will create a new habit of ACTION-generation for you (as opposed to planning everything for death and never STARTING.

    Will share more this weekend for sure... however for now, time for my walk too! Wonderful morning here in Hawaii nei, a hui hou,
    Rosa

     
  • At 11:26 AM, Blogger Steve Sherlock said…

    Rosa, our walk was nice. We are experiencing a warmer than normal winter. The climate is indeed changing (remember the snow on Thanksgiving?), now early February it would be in the 20's but we have 50's... so we will enjoy it while we can.

    Times indeed are changing and all the more reason for us to be focused and take action where we need to.

    I trust your walk will be good and look for more info as you post this weekend!

    Steve

     

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