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I’ve done two. I’m tapped out.

When someone asks me if I’ve ever done this or that, I tell them I never did anything until I did it for the first time. That’s my roundabout way of saying I’m generally not afraid to try something, but after attempting to cut my own hair, I do indeed realize I have limitations. Seems I’m not really very good with scissors and mirrors. And no, I wasn’t 10 when I figured that out. I was well past 40 and sitting in a barber’s chair at the time. Fortunately my friend – who is licensed to cut hair – emerged from the lunchroom in time to have a good laugh and fix the damage I had done.

All that being said just to say that I’m still pretty much unafraid to try something, but after the hair incident, I did pitch the DIY appendectomy kit I purchased prior to Y2K just in case my memory slips and I forget about the bad hair day thing…

Will Rogers. Granted, he’s no Plato, Confucius, Aristotle or Wollstonecraft, but he’s at the top of my list. In fact, he’s the only one on it. I had to look those others up on Google. Not to mention he has a turnpike and an airport named after him. And coincidentally, he didn’t ever say he never met a man he didn’t like. Well, he might have said it, but he was never rightly attributed with saying it. If you were to ask me what my favorite quote from Will Rogers might be, it would be this:

“If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.”

Is it plugged in? Now that may seem like a smart aleck question, but you’d be surprised. My Dad used to sell and service appliances in his hardware store. When someone would call in saying that their washer was dead, he’d always ask that question before he dispatched the repairman. Seems kids sometimes unplug things to plug other things in. Saved folks a lot of money. Beyond that, it’s just good business and the logical starting point. Not sure if that’s Occam’s Razor or just Phil’s First Rule of Appliance Repair, but it works for me.

Well that was harsh. Somebody might care, and those are the kind of people I want to work with. I’ve been down too many roads to work with folks who don’t understand that having a sense of humor is important, especially these days. And while I approach every project with the utmost professionalism – okay, a bushel basket full of it – I also believe that there has to be a little fun to be had. It’s just the way I’m made.