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Ever Wonder?

Why?
How?
What?
When?
Where?

Wondering is a lost art. I miss having the heart of child.

We grow up and put away childish things but sometimes I wonder if the world wouldn’t be better if we all had a nap and recess.

I miss rooting for the Road Runner and laughing at Wile E. Coyote. (Yes I rooted for him too!)

Who can forget Foghorn Leghorn “Now boy…”

Or “I will love him, hug him and name him George”.

The simple life of Charlie Brown and Snoopy is a world I want to live in.

Charlie almost never wins but he keeps trying and Snoopy has the greatest fantasy life ever while still living La Vida Loca. (Snoopy has always been my favorite.)

Pinky and the Brain taught me the value of setting big goals.

The Penguins of Madagascar show us good things come in small packages.

Scooby and Shaggy taught me its ok to be scared when you are brave.

Saturday morning couldn’t come fast enough….which taught me the theory of relativity (fun=time goes fast)

Finally, remember “show and tell”? I do and I think it’s why I became a salesperson.

Or maybe it’s why I blog, because I want to show my heart.

Like the Beatles song “Father Mckenzie writing the words to a sermon no one will hear…”

What do you miss about being a kid?

By the way…the Snoopy is from my 3rd birthday…cause he’s still cool 37 years later and like me he has a few miles on him, but still huggable. The miles are from years of keeping me safe from the monsters under my bed and in my closet.

Those must have been some epic battles.

Michael Bremmer

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A Flickering Candle

“Men and Women are very different” Don Murray

“Well of course!” Marilyn Monroe

 

“I like you the way you are and I don’t care how you got there” Don Murray

“That’s the sweetest thing anyone has ever said to me” Marilyn Monroe

 

Sometimes the flu can be a good thing. Trapped in my bed, with Netflix, I watched the classic

 

BUS STOP, 1956

As a gentleman, Don Murray, drove me nuts for most of the movie to the point I wanted to punch him, as his character is supposed to.

As a man, Marilyn entranced me, even beyond the grave. Sometimes I wonder if the sadness in her eyes wasn’t just acting.

 

But I realized a few important things…

  1. No woman ever wants to see her man fight (or worse lose if he does). But in the depth her heart, she wants to know he fight to the death for her.

     

    Ladies, just FYI, any gentleman would fight to the death for you, without a second thought. Ironically, it may be easier than talking about our feelings.

    Guys, try talking it out a bit more, it hurts less than fighting and she’ll respect you more for it. She knows you’d fight for her but she’d rather you’d just spent time telling her what’s really going on. (If she wants to see you fight, you need a new lady.)

     

  2. True love doesn’t care where you’ve been, who you’ve been with or what your history is.  As a friend once told me, “we know you boys have histories, but it’s your future we’re interested in!”

    Gentlemen, like you, she has a past. It can’t be changed, but it made her who she is. Did she screw up, date some losers, probably, but so did you. Get over it.

    Ladies, don’t ask questions you don’t want to know the answer to. Trust me on this. If you love him his past shouldn’t matter either.

  3. Marilyn Monroe was a terribly underrated actress. Her life shows beauty can be a curse.

     

  4. Men be the reason she wakes up smiling, not the reason she cries at night. Ladies, realize we’ve got a heart also, careful with it!

Thoughts?

Michael Bremmer

 

 

 

Oh The Things You Can Think!

 

Dr. Seuss was pure fun and genius….and he was proof, SIMPLE SELLS!

 

Though, one of my favorites is still, Oh The Things You Can Think!

Too bad that’s not required daily reading and application for adults.

What would our world look like if people actually thought, I mean really

thought instead of just complained?


Thank you Dr. Seuss for showing us this simple truth!

You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild,
To pick up a book and read with a child.
You’re never too busy, too cool, or too hot,
To pick up a book and share what you’ve got.

I hope you and Jesus are laughing/smiling in Heaven

Michael Bremmer

 

 

My Very Own Mayhem Commerical

(Mommy would be so proud…)

Ok, somebody had to do it. This jewel was inspired by a little eight pound bark factory I know named Molly.

(side note: I own one large dog, Chopin, who is 120lbs and am babysitting two other large dogs, Bear and Boots, who weigh about 80lbs each. Our nightly three mile walk is more of a “let’s see how far we can drag Michael”.)

On to my Mayhem commercial idea from Michael Bremmer of Telecomquotes.com:

Arf, Arf, Arf. I’m your 3 lb purse dog. I’ve just seen a Rottweiler in the next car over. I immediately go into attack mode to               defend YOU and my honor. You reach to catch me as I fly towards the window, claws and teeth active….

Boom, you rear end the police officer in front of you (insert optional happy ending here: his German Shepherd eats your dog).       Your fifteen minute insurance may not cover this…

 

Michael Bremmer, C.E.O., Telecomquotes.com