Monday, March 18, 2019

Post yoga view


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Sunday, March 17, 2019


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Diving for the pancake


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About to ace


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Good wrist snap


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Passing


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Court hugs are the best


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Move platform


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Ready for the set


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Up for the block


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Saturday, March 16, 2019

Up there


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Friday, March 15, 2019

Stuffed


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Week 2 of Crossroads


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Sunday, March 10, 2019

Rate break at Crossroads


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Post volleyball date


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Saturday, March 9, 2019

@lillysingleton is down


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Crossroads day 1


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One down one to go


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Morning chores. Replacing two tires


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Thursday, March 7, 2019

Back in the pool


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Monday, March 4, 2019

US Choices

It doesn’t really matter where you stand on the thoughts about where the US should spend the tax money we collect, but this was an interesting sentiment for me:

This is a sad choice, if that’s truly a choice. In today’s world, we’ve had a lot of debate on budget deficits, and then again, at times not a lot of debate. The current administration doesn’t seem to be too concerned, although they were just three years ago during the last one. I’m not complaining, just pointing out that out deficit isn’t necessarily a good or bad thing if we don’t each consistently view it as one way or the other.
I’m not diabetic, but I’ve met a few people that are, and while insulin is available in the US, the cost has risen dramatically. I couldn’t imagine how someone that makes the median income (around US$52-54k/yy) affords this.
The college thing isn’t really something I feel strongly about. I think that both the college system or sending kids far away to live and study for large sums of money, as well as the style of teaching this (what I feel is) antiquated set of ideas, needs reform. I’m not really for debt free college as a 4 year degree, but I’d love to see more people be able to go to college part time at a very low cost or free and work on a degree for 6-10 years, not 4.
However, I do think that we spend too much on the military, and really, too much on military toys. If we were more a standing person army, people would be employed, learn to be part of something bigger, support more local economies, and we’d be less likely to be in as many conflicts when we’re sending kids to war.
Just my $0.02.




Sunday, March 3, 2019

Decisions, decisions. Lineups are always stressful


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Saturday, March 2, 2019

Morning chores with @kendallaj26 before volleyball


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