TDZ Retrospective: Lessons from Crocs

Originally posted May 24, 2009. On a recent shopping trip I got stuck in an unusually long line. While waiting I begin comparing a display of knock-off "Crocs" type shoes with my Crocs. As I was comparing the shoes I realized that there were some spiritual lessons that could be gleaned from the experience. First, things … Continue reading TDZ Retrospective: Lessons from Crocs

Flashback: Lessons From Crocs

Editor's note: Orignially posted 24 May 2009. On a recent shopping trip I got stuck in an unusually long line. While waiting I begin comparing a display of knock-off “Crocs” type shoes with my Crocs. As I was comparing the shoes I realized that there were some spiritual lessons that could be gleaned from the … Continue reading Flashback: Lessons From Crocs

Breaking in My New Trailbreaks

Got a pair of the new Crocs Trailbreaks earlier this month.  A couple of weeks ago we went to Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park and I decided it was a good time to break in my Trailbreaks. Enjoy some scenes from our hike. Found this bit of history about Devil's Millhopper on the park website. … Continue reading Breaking in My New Trailbreaks

Lessons from Crocs

On a recent shopping trip I got stuck in an unusually long line. While waiting I begin comparing a display of knock-off "Crocs" type shoes with my Crocs. As I was comparing the shoes I realized that there were some spiritual lessons that could be gleaned from the experience. First, things aren't always as they appear.  … Continue reading Lessons from Crocs

Know & Tell Friday

Question 1: What can you draw well? Well, I have won awards for pastels (wildflowers), water (flowers), pencil drawing (humming bird), acrylic (mountain scene). I always enjoy drawing animals. However, most of my artwork now is digital. Question 2: Name a TV show (at any period in your life) that you watched that you were … Continue reading Know & Tell Friday

Blessing in Disguise

A tornado destroyed the R.G. Berry Distribution center in San Angelo, TX and as a result 180,000 pairs of new shoes had to be destroyed. The shoes were undamaged but due to insurance regulations the shoes were declared not available for sale or in-country distribution. Alan Wilson of Templeton Construction was charged with disposing of … Continue reading Blessing in Disguise