Passed another milestone, this time #122,222 ...
So many advanced announcements before the #122,222 milestone and nobody did send in the screenshot . Anyway, I could take a photo during the renovation (the carpet is out, the floor is clean, ceiling and walls painted for the 1st time) activities today, a little bit too late, but still close by.
Thanks a lot to all my one-time, several-time, many-time and regular readers, very much appreciated that you are so faithful.
People like to know you're listening, and something as simple as a clarification question shows not only that you are listening but that you also care about what they're saying. You'll be surprised how much respect and appreciation you gain just by asking good questions. Travis Bradberry, American - Author, https://www.inc.com/author/travis-bradberry
And a quick appreciation of Dirk Nowitzki:
- Dirk Nowitzki Plays His Final NBA Game, Ending A Historic Career https://www.forbes.com/sites/doylerader/2019/04/11/dirk-nowitzki-final-nba-game-historic-career-dallas-mavericks/#4681e3a2685f
- Dirk Nowitzki Drops 20 & 10 In His FINAL NBA Game | April 10, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QGgI9qcIi0
I never looked at basketball as work. I always enjoyed it as my hobby. I loved it. Once that love is gone, and I'm tired of working out every day and doing all the stuff to get me ready for games, and I'm tired of lifting and conditioning and doing all that other stuff around it, and I'd rather stay in bed, then it's time to go. Dirk Nowitzki, German - Athlete Born: June 19, 1978, https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/n/nowitdi01.html