Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cups and Buckets

Sometimes, cups are like buckets, except buckets are always more difficult to repair. [11/30/14]

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Preferential Treatment

A young Superintendent struggles with the random destruction of a storm; an experienced one realizes nature knows nothing of favoritism. [11/29/14]

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Honesty

The words of men are deceitful; nature never lies. [11/28/14]

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Thanksgiving (2014)

A young Superintendent who learns skills will have a long career; one who learns gratitude will have a joyful life. Blessed is a father who teaches his children gratitude; joyful are his children’s children. [11/27/14…Happy Thanksgiving]

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Quid Pro Quo

A misguided Superintendent is stuck in his misery; a wise one knows the deep sorrow of joy. [11/26/14]

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A Great Advantage

Managing a golf course with a creative and skilled mechanic is like playing a round of golf with a mulligan on every hole. [11/25/14…thanks Slash]

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Better Late than Never

Blowing-out an irrigation system after a snow storm is like going to counselling after your spouse asks you for a divorce. [11/24/14…finishing up blow-out]

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