Friday, March 29, 2019

Morning Thoughts

I was up far too early. My wife stayed in bed. 

The dog followed me about and I fed her. She went to her position on a sofa in the den where she can watch the street but I delayed opening the curtains so she wouldn't bark at the early morning joggers. My own morning routine kicked in: espresso, muffin, newspaper, and book. 

I'm still reading "The Revolt of the Public" and morning is a great time for a shameless book marker who scrawls notes in margins. 

Last night brought a long conversation with a friend about a problem confronting a board of directors. The problem mainly involves the challenge to achieve simplicity as opposed to the creation of unnecessary complications. 

I will be thinking about that today by not thinking about it today.

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