Archive for May, 2017

I Am No Longer That Scrawny Kid

Posted in Uncategorized on May 23rd, 2017

I have never been overweight in my life. I had the opposite problem. I was skin and bones when I was a kid, and I grew into scrawny when I was a teen. I knew that I could work out and hopefully gain some muscle mass to look better, but I just never had any luck with that. I went to the gym and did all the exercises that a trainer there suggested, but I didn’t gain a lot of muscle. One day about six months ago, I saw some T25 reviews online, and that is what actually started a change in me.

I had no idea what it even was, but I did like the pictures that was attached to the ad for the T25 program. Read the rest of this entry »

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I Set Up Safety Barriers on Flat Rooftops and Have No Fear of Heights

Posted in Uncategorized on May 23rd, 2017

I have always liked skyscrapers. My parents have taken my sister and I to visit some of the tallest buildings in the world ever since I got an interest as a child. I have visited buildings with glass-floored balconies and have been happy to walk right out on them while my parents and even my brave sister hesitated. They have one like that at the Grand Canyon now. I work in high places, and I plan safe areas for workers to walk and erect wind resistant roof safety barrier systems. I have painted bridges and water towers and go rock climbing pretty much every weekend. Read the rest of this entry »

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Improving My Golf Game Takes a Lot of Practice and a Little Bit of Golf Club Tech

Posted in Uncategorized on May 16th, 2017

Our son is into video gaming. He has worked delivering newspapers and cutting grass to build a PC gaming system that is unsurpassed. All of my disposable income goes into golf. It is what I like to do. My wife plays tennis, and I golf. Our son and my wife both golf a little, and they are not bad at it. I try as hard as I can to just reach the level of mediocrity at the game. I have such a hard time chipping shots from the rough that I searched for the best golf chipper I could find.

I have taken lessons and practiced my swing to no end. I even had everything from the drive to the putt analyzed by cameras and computer algorithms that, supposedly, would help me identify what I am doing wrong. Well, I suppose the analyses did tell me what I am doing wrong, but correcting it is easier said than done. Read the rest of this entry »

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