Category: Serendipity

JackNotes: 4 Hour Workweek

JackNotes of the 4 Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris The New Rich (NR) are those who abandon the deferred-life plan and create luxury lifestyles using time and mobility. People don’t want to be millionaires—they want to experience what they believe only millions can buy. The fantasy is the lifestyle of complete freedom it allows. […]

Storming Santa Claus

There was a fierce storm in Santa Claus. “It’s a hateful rain,” proclaimed Dodie as we traveled farther away from Louisville as fast as we possibly could. Earlier we stopped in Frankfort, Kentucky to pay our respects at American frontiersman Daniel Boone’s gravesite. He’s buried next to his […]

Mind In The Clouds

In April, a post (below) from my friend Pastor Jack Comer Jr. reminded me of a simple, but profound moment when my son Brady Dennis was six. I was a very busy executive at H-E-B Food/Drugs over the Facilities Management division working up to 60-70 hrs a week. […]

Whataburger With Ralph

Lesson One: The Invisible People The man who reminded me of a cross between Walter Brennan and Popeye, in the blue colored plaid shirt, was a world class gravy sopper. It was the second thing I noticed about him, but I was paying attention this time. Eleven minutes […]