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Guest Post- Exciting New Year to Come

January 2, 2018

I was supposed to be your guest “poster” on Sunday’s and Wednesday’s but have missed this great opportunity to reach out via robertapimentel.com.  For that grievance, I apologize to Roberta and all of you.  But, it’s a new year and the challenges of the old year are behind us.  For the LF2SF crew, we have huge family, personal and athletic challenges in the coming year that I’ll make sure to cover in my Sunday and Wednesday Guest Posts.  This coming…

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Guest Post: Can we have a Conversation?

May 11, 2017

Good evening, this blog is coming to you from the West Coast of the USA, approx 8pm my time, but hopefully still Wednesday your time, because my guest slots are only Sunday and Wednesday here on Roberta’s blog.  I’m tired.  Both me and my wife are fully and gainfully employed and we have two young kids, age 5 and 7.  After a 12 hour day,,,then coming home to two young kids and dog,,,,it’s a full day.  This isn’t for your…

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Guest Post-Thoughts on Recreation

May 7, 2017

Recreation,,,,,not re-creation or procreation. I’m writing this after being in, under, within and throughout the hull of my boat for the better part of two days straight.  I took thurs and fri off work to head to San Diego, Ca USA to work on our boat.  We own a 46ft sailboat that’s currently for sale.  Her name is Tulum IV,  and we made the difficult decision in October of 2016 to put her up for sale because we started looking…

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Guest Post: Q: What Does Boring Mean to You?

April 30, 2017

Question:  What does “Boring” mean to you?  Think this one over,,,,cause I challenge you to think about how this question might apply to you and your life? Boring is defined by Google as: bor·ing ˈbôriNG/ adjective not interesting; tedious. “I’ve got a boring job in an office” synonyms: tedious, dull, monotonous, repetitive, unrelieved, unvaried, unimaginative, uneventful;More   Answer:  Is this your description of boring as well?  If so,,,,I’m sorry, because I use boring as a descriptor of myself, but not…

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