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Important stuff

Some things are important, some things not so. Let's review.

Not important: 
1) How the NCAA regional in Omaha turns out this weekend. If you are going to be anywhere near the Century Link Center, good luck. About 18,000 basketball crazies will be there. Tickets are about four times the face value. That's why I call them crazies.

2) The whole political turmoil. It doesn't matter what your views are to many, they have their own and are probably willing to share their views with you. It seems people who are really concerned, aren't that interested in hearing someone spew and opposing viewpoint. Said, but true.

3) Wanting warmer weather NOW.. It'll be here before we know it, and some will relish sitting inside their air-conditioned cubicle. Just give nature time to figure it out.

Important:

1) Knowing your expectations and limitations. Don't sit back and be lazy, don't set yourself up for failure. Find a groove you can be pleased with you accomlishments.

2) Love your surroundings. Enjoy the people you work with, you live with, those you come into contact with. They all have positive qualities you can draw from.

3) Keep your shoes tied, so you don't stumble...and make your zipper is sipped. I don;t thin an explanation is need on the zipper.


As Dave Garroway would say he signed off on the "Today" show, "PEACE".

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