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Happy Birthday to +Vincent Dale !

I always enjoy your work - your photographs are some of my favorites.  More than that, I'm grateful for your kind words to other photographers (including poor sods like me).

May your trips around the sun be plentiful and fruitful, and may you be granted the strength and vigor to pursue your passions for many years to come!
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What a beautiful thing to say +Philip Setnik, this is mighty kind of you. Your encouraging words are greatly appreciated
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We took a short walk along the Chagrin River, visiting Squaw Rock (qv).  I got a few pictures with the new camera, just for fun.
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Thank you, +Maurice May !
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Eddies in the time current. 
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You better pull him out, then.
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Oh, I almost forgot: Happy Easter to my circlezens of both Western and Eastern Christian rites! It's unusual for both to coincide, but this is one of those years.
Enjoy your holiday, you and all those close to you!


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Just had the 'scope out for a very brief look around. Jupiter was gorgeous, Mars a little less so. Too chilly to wait for the moon to come up.

Come on, Spring! 
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ya I am  never sure what  one to buy that is how i got stuck with this one i believe i could make a better one myself .. I know alot more then I did then but still 
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Pesach is winding down. Tonight, tomorrow, Tuesday... and then we have to put everything back to its non-Pesach status.

It's been a good holiday, lots of friends and family time. Can't ask for much more. We even got some snow, which was rather epic.

May all of you have the blessings of good times, good food, good friends, and good spirit. 
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I had fresh pasta with bolognese sauce and garlic bread.  

I think next year I'm going to make pizza..
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He used to be an adventurer, but then.... 
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Gotta watch out for those sharp walking sticks.
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Heah! 
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Squaw Rock is awesome. Love that trail.
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I just completed an activity with RunKeeper http://runkeeper.com/activity?userId=2338792&trip=338853902

Personal best for pace - 10:40 per mile! 
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+Jamie Rinyu A bit, yeah. This was mostly downhill, which helps greatly, as you can imagine. 
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Judaism for G+ Slacker Edition

Trying to get some stuff done, yet here I am....

I've got a four day weekend ahead of me!  Tomorrow is Shabbos, of course, Sunday, well, is Sunday (happy Easter to my Christian circlezens), and then Pesach concludes with the last two days of the holiday on Monday and Tuesday!

The Seventh day of Pesach has some special significance - it is the day (look in the Torah, it's right there) when the Jews were pinned against the Reed Sea, with the Egyptians hot on their heels... when suddenly, one man - Nachshon ben Aminidav - started into the Sea!  It parted before him, and according to the Midrash, formed twelve aisles - one for each Tribe - for the Jews to walk through.  Also according to the MIdrash, there were fruits and such in the "walls" of water, so that the Children of Israel could grab what to eat on their journey through the Sea of Reeds.

Then the Egyptians gave chase, and G-d brought the waters down upon them, killing the Egyptians and freeing the Jewish slaves!  

And there was much rejoicing.

And there will be too.  Food and wine with friends and family, prayer, singing, napping, more eating and drinking..... oh, yeah.

I'll try and check in later and on Sunday, but in case I don't make it, have a great Holiday!

Good Shabbos, all!
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+Dan Brill Thanks very much!  

+Veronica Holmes You're very kind, I'm glad you enjoy it.  Have a great holiday!
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I'm a technology professional with a mind on the needs of the business.  I believe that computer systems should work like utilities:  you turn on a switch, and a light comes on - you turn on your computer, and you are productive!

I am dedicated to helping others be more successful.

I also teach - and I love to be in front of a class helping them learn.

I believe that IT management, like the best consulting, requires a relationship - to know what the client needs, you first have to know the client and his or her business.
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