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I Bought These By Mistake

In our monthly Costco Trip last month, I bought us a nice batch of grapes.

That night, I remember it being a Friday, Suzy was getting the boy’s dinner ready and part of that was to have some grapes on the side.

She informed me that she was taking the seeds out for the boys.


I didn’t realize there was such a thing, since I have only eaten seedless grapes before.

Well, I am eating them nonetheless.  If it grew from Mother Earth, it’s good for you.

And the other lesson is to pay attention to the details when applicable.

Good is good enough, but remember to pay attention to the details.

Think differently- Kyle Newell

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Don’t Be an In-Betweener

Don’t Be an In-Betweener

Every Sunday morning is the same for us.

We go for a family hike up in the famous Sourland mountains.

And I am always on my quest to see a bear or a bobcat.  So last week, we went off towards the quarry.

That’s where I’ve been told that a large 600 pound black bear roams.

We didn’t quite make it that far because the Munch wanted to get out of his carrier and play with plants and sticks. So no bear for me, once again.

But on the way back, we encountered 4 adult hikers.

They weren’t just any adult hikers, they were ‘in-betweeners’.

It’s kind of a Seinfeld-like term that Devon came up with.

You see, we keep Dax and Mateena ‘off leash’.  They wear their electric collars.  They are two of the sweetest labs you will ever meet.

So normally people love them or are incredibly scared of them.

However, these four adults were in the middle.  Not scared, yet they showed no emotion when Dax went up to say hi.

Listen, the worst thing you can be in life is average or vanilla.  Pick a side, dammit!

Well, here is your chance not to be an in-betweener.

We are hosting our annual Kickball Charity Tournament on November 6th at 11am (it’s a Sunday).  It’s $10 to play. If you can’t play, you can still come out and hang out.  If you can’t come hang out, you can still donate:).

All the donations are going to Charlie Kroog, a fun loving 2 ½ year old boy.  I used to teach with Charlie’s mom.  If you think you have sh** going on, you don’t.  Not compared to Charlie anyhow.

You can read a short story about Charlie and make a donation here.

-Kyle Newell