Tag: NaPodPoMo

  • NaPodPoMo #20 The Cone of Silence

    A conversation with my sister who has a layover in Phoenix reminds me of Get Smart’s Cone of Silence. Considering the amount of noise in public places and the lack of privacy I think this is a technology whose time has come. What do you think?  Play mp3 Feed

  • NaPodPoMo#19 – Service

    What started at as a simple night out with the family for dinner turned into a eventful service filled evening. Kudos to Gregory Michael of the Outback Steakhouse off of I-10 in San Antonio.  Thanks for a memorable evening. Play mp3 Feed 

  • NaPodPoMo#18 -Technology: When we can’t live without it

    A brief observation my sister had while sitting in an airport during a layover reminds me of the movie Spaceballs. Play mp3 Feed 

  • NaPodPoMo #17 Apples iPhone and Delayed Gratification

    Watching my husband wait ever so patiently to pick up his iPhone was a real lesson for me. Play mp3 Feed Thanks for taking part by participating in and listening to the NaPodPoMo experience.

  • NaPodPoMo #16 – Decisions

    Watching my son make a decision between an XBox360 or a PS3 has me pondering decision making in general. Play mp3 Feed 

  • NaPodPoMo #15 – Interaction

    Day 15! That makes today HumpDay! Woot! We’re officially at the half-way point of the NaPodPoMo Experience (hat tip to Jenn of Inside My Head. It’s been fun so far. I’m looking forward to getting over the hump and finishing our daily podcasts in short audio form (hat tip to Dani of TruthSeekers) with a…

  • NaPodPoMo #14 – DREAM ON

    A talk by Retired Brigadiere General Ezell Ware, Jr.  is the inspiration for today’s post. Play mp3 Feed Thanks for listening & subscribing

  • NaPodPoMo #13 Getting It Done

    I was asked what the secret was to “Getting it done”. Since I am a bit of an energetic afternoon person, I figured I would pose the question to you. “What do you do to get it all done?” Play mp3 Feed

  • NaPodPoMo #12 A Life of Quiet Desperation

    Recently I was reading and came across this quote by Henry David Thoreau, “Most Men Lead Lives Of Quiet Desperation And Go To The Grave With A Song Still In Them.” It got me thinking about my own path. I’m curious to hear your take on this quote. Thanks for listening & subscribing Play mp3…

  • NaPodPoMo #10 Building Green

    Thanks to NaPodPoMo I’ve had the pleasure of discovering a couple of what I’ll term “Green Shows”. One is Red on Green by Jessie Jeffries and the other is the Daily Nonsense Show with Brad P. It got me thinking about xeriscaping  and building green. Play mp3 Feed