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Sean Heffernan
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"Man can now fly in the air like a bird, swim under the ocean like a fish, he can burrow into the ground like a mole. Now if only he could walk the earth like a man, this would be paradise."
~Words by Tommy Douglas (20 Oct 1904 – 24 Feb 1986)
~Photograph by me (Boston, January 31, 2016)

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No doubt!
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I'm not sure how I feel about this statement  ... seems rather trite.

Agree? Disagree? Thoughts?
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+Daniela Barbosa I agree. It's not a complicated skill though, even though it requires a bunch of practice.
+miri dunn :)
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Now, if only this cold would git along little dawgy, that'd be swell.

That reminds me .... back in my board sailing days, I had a bumper sticker on my car that read, "If it swells, ride it".These days, I don't have any bumper stickers on my car.

I'm trying not to think about how long ago that was.

These random, stray thoughts are brought to you by Tylenol Cough and Cold Nighttime Relief.

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man I love Looney Tunes!
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"Close friends contribute to our personal growth. They also contribute to our personal pleasure, making the music sound sweeter, the wine taste richer, the laughter ring louder because they are there."
~Words by Judith Viorst
~Deciding that it's wine o'clock by me
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That would be a delight.
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"Social media websites are no longer performing an envisaged function of creating a positive communication link among friends, family and professionals. It is a veritable battleground, where insults fly from the human quiver, damaging lives, destroying self-esteem and a person's sense of self-worth."
~Words by Anthony Carmona
~Photograph by me (Boston, Jan 31, 2016)

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i have built myself a moat
and deem myself most social
don't agree?
i'll block and see
by vote how many miss y'all.
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Although, thanks to an errant hockey puck about 10 years ago, one and a half of of them aren't really my own anymore.

G'mornin! How's your week looking? 
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Basketball here in G'ville on Saturday for ESPN.

Same tonight. Half day of paperwork then crew call at 3. Be home around 1 or so tomorrow morning, then up at 6 for a day of responding to discovery.

Good thing I like what I do.
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"On the Net, the bell curve reclaims its tails. The uncommon is as accessible as the common. The very fragmentation of the Internet allows us to find ourselves in other people - and to know that we are not alone."
~Words by Virginia Postrel
~Photo by me (Boston, Last weekend)

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Boston has something magic to it ... hoping to see more shots +Sean Heffernan​ & +Cilla C​ !@
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"And in the end, it's not the years in the life, it's the life in the years."
~Words by Abraham Lincoln
~Photograph by me (Now, Boston, Massachusetts) 
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I'm so bummed you guys didn't let me know you were here.....I could have come down
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Online shopping is da bomb!!
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Yes!! Let us know!!! ;-) Solve that freakin mystery!!! ;-b
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I've been seeing lots of pics and stories of the epic snow from the northeast US this morning. Including headlines indicating loss of life. :(

Stay safe my friends. If you need to shovel by hand, do your best to lift with your legs (I threw out my back a few years back doing it wrong); if you're old aging like me, monitor your heart rate and take frequent breaks; check in with your elderly neighbors to ensure they're safe; work together to dig out the shared areas; help to push stuck cars so they can clear the roads; if you have a snow thrower, offer to help friends and neighbors; and generally come together to help each other out.
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yes- my dad has been shoveling! He is 89! 
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  • SRH Project Solutions
    Owner, 2002 - present
    I am a consultant in the field of technology project, program, and software management, primarily within the realm of the financial enterprise. I have operated as an independent contractor for the past decade.
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Son. Brother. Father. Friend.
I am a son. I am a brother. I am a father. I am a friend.

I am the father of two strong and dynamic young women, just now emerging from childhood. Just over a decade ago, I decided to be a stay-at-home dad. They were 2 and 4 when I started, 4 and 6 when I finished, and it was the most fulfilling two years of my life.

Outside of a short stint in the southern US when I was 19, I've lived my entire life, born and raised, in Canada.

Want to know more? Go here.

If you want to follow me, thank you. Also, please know this ...
  • I share a mix of public and limited posts which represents selected snapshots into my life and the things I find interesting.
  • I'm not likely to spam your stream as I don't tend to post more than a few times a day, though there are times when I go on sabbatical and won't post for days on end.
  • I do not post NSFW content publicly, if at all.
  • If you comment inappropriately on my posts (judged solely at my discretion), I will not hesitate to call you on it or delete your comment without explanation.
If you want me to follow you, know this ...
  • I will take a look at your Profile and your Posts before deciding to do so.
  • I follow a fairly diverse group of people and pages spanning travel, technology, social media, general interest, and selected NSFW.
  • I will engage and comment on your posts when I find them interesting. When I do, it will be in a respectful and on-topic manner (though usually with a tendency toward sarcastic and off-beat humor). 
I will not follow you if you post ...
  • too frequently.
  • commercially motivated content.
  • mostly reshares of other people's content.
  • in a language that I do not understand.
Bragging rights
Father of 2 girls.
  • Wilfrid Laurier University
    1985 - 1989
The Post Master and staff have always been very pleasant and helpful when I've had cause to visit this USPS location. Theirs is often a thankless job but they appear to rise above the challenges and treat their customers with professionalism, honesty, and kindness.
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I always order the JK47 ... a dusted dry rub wing with just the right amount of spice.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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Excellent spot for either a night out with friends, a wind-down after work, or a couple of pints with your team-mates after working up a sweat. Staff are friendly, though they tend to be very busy so park your impatience at the door and kick-back and enjoy the atmosphere and the din of the crowd. Lots of TVs to keep you entertained and a small patio when the days are hot and sunny.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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