What a wonderful word

I’m sitting in a great little coffee shop in Ainsworth NE. Just had a large, no foam, latte and a wheat cinnamon scone right out of the oven. I know I said I was going to unplug for 10 days but I had to send a file to the office and decided to clean up some email and look at facebook. I can’t help myself. Besides cleaning out the inbox halfway through makes me worry less about the volume of mail when I get back in the office in a week.

I’ve been in Ainsworth with nothing to do for 3 full days and have caught up on sleep but I can’t seem to shut off my brain. There is always something to think about and when I try to get quiet they my mind gets noisy.

I really love being back up here and hanging with old friends and catching up with my brother and his kids. They are so tall! We played music until about midnight last Friday and were going to play again tonight in preparation for New Years eve. I’m going to lead 4 or 5 songs. It should be a lot of fun.

I’m going to try to unplug agian and finish “The Appeal”. I used to love Grisham but the last few have been week. This one is ok but nowhere near the early ones and he has injected politics, I hate that. Just tell the story without taking shots.

Ok done ranting :-), I’ll be back on the 5th. I forgot my power chord so this will probably be the last entry until then.

Bless you all.

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Gary Trobee is a certified coach and a seasoned leader with over 20 years’ experience mentoring, coaching, and encouraging leaders and their teams.

1 Comment

  • At 2008.12.31 04:26, Jordan Peacock said:

    Have you heard of David Barton, from WallBuilders?

    I got a couple books of his for Christmas, was wondering if you'd heard of him.