Tag: Ft. Lauderdale

Fingerprints Part 10 — The Doors

This is the tenth part of a series. Click here to catch up on previous entries. “I believe in the Scottish proverb: Hard work never killed a man. Men die of boredom, psychological conflict and disease. They do not die of hard work. The harder your people work, the happier and healthier they will be.” —David Ogilvy…

Fingerprints Part 9 — Life’s a Beach

This is the ninth part of a series. Click here to catch up on previous entries. Yes, Sagittarius, this is a good moment to abandon old beliefs and moral values. Your view of life has changed and, above all, you’re more aware of how your outdated, preconceived ideas sometimes poison your life. The past no longer concerns…

Fingerprints Part 8 — A New Life

This is the eighth part of a series. Click here to catch up on previous entries. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy. I’ve Got Love In My Tummy. Some people come in and out of our lives through the years guiding us and some people enter once and leave a lasting impression.” —Anon A few days after the scaffolding incident…

Fingerprints — Part 1

“Fingerprints” is a term that bridge workers use to describe what happens as we instinctively reach out and grab the nearest solid object we can hold onto when we unexpectedly slip, slide, or fall on the bridge. We say that we grabbed the bridge so hard that “we left our fingerprints out there.” —Allan G. Smorra…