Jan 22, 2019

Best Laid Plans

Holiday report.
I started my holiday early in Jan 2019.
I had plans for Rob and me to do lots of walks (with photography along the way) and other stuff and for me to get to the range for some target shooting other fun stuff.
On day one I broke my little toe. Not at all funny and it's still a big pain in the butt or should I say boot? This put paid to most of my/our plans. On top of this, I had to get some very expensive glasses made following on from my cataract surgery that I never banked on and to top off the this and as a result of some nasty and personal 'issues' that cropped up I now need to have a colonoscopy on the 30th!
I am only writing this for the record thinking it may be a laugh sometime in the future about the summer holiday of 2019....

Ok so not as to waste time sitting crying in the corner I hit the painting and DIY projects around the home and was really pleased with the progress.
I also attacked a few books (see below) and we did a road trip to Whanganui and New Plymouth on the windiest and wettest days of the month! God has not been smiling on us this year.

But hey, the sun has been shining in Tauranga and it has been great having a break away from the normal work week. So sad story aside this has been a great summer and I have enjoyed the company of my family and grandkids along the way.
The books I read have been very inspirational and entertaining so I thought I would share the titles.

Inspirational and a kick in the butt for management types and leaders at all levels in business.
This book is a major hit in the USA with various corporates and was recommended to me by a friend in the States. I gave copies to my management team.
 A bit wiered but different. (Fiction)
 Same as above. A good read.
 Still in the process of reading but very promising so far.
 Some very funny parts in this and an insight into our military forces work around the world.

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