August 29, 2011
I signed up for Google+ …
The decision to go with google+ was based on the premise that I’m a fan of Google and try to use the various Google apps – Gmail, GDocs, Calendar, Picasa3, etc.
So now it’s going to be a matter of growing the number of people that use google+ to make it more worthwhile as a communication / sharing tool… I know that Google would like to see it expand and become a social media powerhouse to rival Facebook, and since I use (but am not a great fan of) Facebook, I’d love to see more people convert or at least share with google+. (Don’t get me wrong, I’m also a huge fan and user of Twitter — www.twitter.com/chuck_pruitt and www.twitter.com/barefoot_chuck — ) but because I have so much more faith in the people and security of Google than I do with Facebook, I’d love to see more people migrate to this application on the ‘net.
I’ll be sending out some ‘invites’ and I hope you’ll decide to take advantage of google+ (yeah, I know, it means starting a lot of stuff all over again… but trust me, I firmly believe it will be worth it.
Join me and let’s find out together.
~ barefoot chuckl
August 7, 2011
Asked of me again: “What diet do you follow?”
Response: I practice a personal eating plan that is low-fat, high-raw, (mostly) vegan… but I’m not dogmatic about it; I will still occasionally eat meat, fish and eggs – I just limit them much more than I used to and I’ve seen a loss of over 20 pounds in the last few months.
It works for me – weight loss, better energy, more go and less fatigue – and that’s what is important; find an eating plan that works for you.
August 4, 2011
I’m posting a link to another short article by Bruce Wallace (he’s about my age and had similar experience when younger) that was pointed out to me from Dr. Howell (barefoor doctor) –
Check it out and let me know if you remember the difference…
August 4, 2011
I haven’t posted in a while because I’ve been very busy with work and with my mom.
She is getting scheduled to have knee replacement surgery (had it done on her other knee several years ago) and they want to do an angiogram first next Monday. At 83 years, she ain’t no spring chicken anymore – but she has the heart and spirit of a true warrior (warroirist?).
Anyway, the physician’s assistant who was helping with the scheduling of the angiogram told her four things could happen: 1) she could come through just fine and they set a date for the knee replacement; 2) she could have a stroke during the procedure; 3) she could have a heart attack; or 4) she could die. If I had been there at this ‘counseling’ session, I’d have bitch-slapped the PA – the way my mom says she delivered these options was like ordering from an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet – you know, “I’ll take one from column A and two from column B.”
But I did come across a great little article on “barefooting and the American Dream” I think you’d enjoy.
Go to: http://t.co/lirWbDW and check it out.