A Busy Weekend

kinnon —  October 30, 2005 — 2 Comments

We’ve been back to our summer place to finally close it for the winter. It’s been a beautiful weekend but a little quiet here at achievable ends. So, for your reading pleasure, here are a few places to visit.

Ed Brenegar’s new leadership posts, here and here. And check out his Bono post here.
John Stanko on servant leadership and the Wizard of Oz.
Follow the fun in the comments from Brad Bergfalk’s post on Beer.
And Kathy Sierra at CPU has a post on If You Could Change One Thing. When you read it, you’ll see all the mistakes I make here at this blog.

And now I’m off for dinner to Niagara Falls??? (My 50th birthday is in a couple of days, so this is Imbi’s idea. I’ll tell you more about it after I experience it.)

UPDATE: Imbi took me to dinner at the Minolta Tower, overlooking Niagara Falls. The view is fabulous from the 26th floor restaurant. However, I know we have great restaurants here in Toronto – so what was the catch. It turns out that my good friends, George and Dee drove up from Pittsburgh to join us for dinner. What a great early 50th birthday present. It was a wonderful evening.

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

2 responses to A Busy Weekend

  1. Hey Bill,

    Here’s to a wonderful celebration of the first 50 years of your life. Enjoy!

  2. Thanks, Dustin


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