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Well, it’s way past time for the next issue of my newsletter.
My apologies, I have been in a lengthy mental funk, accompanied by some ongoing physical/medical stuff.
However, Otis, our cat, told me to get off my ass and get busy, because he wants me active to ensure that his meals are delivered on time. Can’t argue, his claws are way sharper than mine.
So, on Sunday I wrote a blog post, Doing Nothing Sucks, that fits in with the past month or so.
Then yesterday I did my first podcast with a guest, Introducing My Friend, Rob Truscott. It went very well, hope you enjoy it. Rob will be guesting on a number of upcoming podcasts dealing with several subjects.
As a huge fan of The Rolling Barrage, raising awareness, and funds, for PTSD, I was happy to hang out and watch a livestream of The Canadian Guys visiting with Paul Harman, CEO of The Rolling Barrage, to talk about this year’s ride, which begins in Halifax on the August long weekend and concludes in Vancouver 20 days later. I hope to be joining the ride as they travel between Bonneville and Stony Plain in my part of Alberta.
Along a similar theme, Mike Terry will be doing his solo ride across Canada, in both directions, also in support of PTSD, the Dispatches Adventure Ride, beginning May 29 in Montreal and ending in Meaford, Ontario on September 3. Will be visiting with him as he passes through Edmonton July 27.
Moving forward there will be more information about both of these rides, and much more, as I work on my “Wee Internet Empire”.
Now, my readers, I am looking for your help. As you know, I do like to support others as they work to grow their internet presence, as well as sharing my photos, videos and such with you. Let me know what you think, what you might like to see included. Perhaps you would like to be a guest on my podcast, or on a YouTube livestream as I develop that. Your input is something I would consider invaluable, so don’t be shy.
And please, share this newsletter with friends and colleagues, that is always much appreciated.
Until the next newsletter, keep the shiny side up, be well, appreciate those around you.