Author Archives: Scott Linscott

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.

Some things confuse me.

By Scott Linscott I’ve been given a stuffy to take care of this morning. I am not supposed to put him down. Meanwhile, loud Lego construction work is happening on the floor nearby. I don’t know why I am responsible … Continue reading

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I wonder stuff …

By Scott Linscott I wonder how many individual wood pellets come in a ton? If you haven’t seen wood pellets, they look like rabbit food pellets but they are made of sawdust and mill scraps. We burn them in a … Continue reading

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Dear USA, please, could we have just a moment of silence?

By Scott Linscott Shhh … just breathe. “Ladies and gentlemen, please stand and remove your hats as we ask you to join in a moment of silence…” We’ve all done that before. We know how to do it. Entire audiences, … Continue reading

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Cake is Good but Homemade Birthday Cake Ice Cream is Way Better!

By Scott Linscott I try to eat healthy most of the time but when I fall off the wagon, I fall hard. Back in 1901, that expression meant that the driver of the water cart, going around spraying down dusty … Continue reading

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I’m doomed. I have a cold in this COVID chaos.

By Scott Linscott I’m doomed. Yesterday, after my afternoon meeting, I didn’t feel super-duper so I laid down “for a few minutes.” That was at around 1:45 PM. The dogs were very excited because they love afternoon naps on the … Continue reading

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NOON: Beyond the Biopsy: The Massachusetts Panel 9/16

Join us live at 12 PM Eastern for this Global Liver institute panel discussion about non-invasive alternatives to biopsy. Http://www.facebook.com/GlobalLiver Beyond the Biopsy is a GLI program dedicated to accelerating the acceptance and adoption of non-invasive diagnostics as an alternative to biopsy. … Continue reading

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I’ve been dishing it out for years.

By Scott Linscott I’m ready. I’ve been dishing it out for years, riding the success of Tom Brady, sending my football fan friends teasing memes and razzing text messages. So, yesterday, at the start of the bulk of another NFL … Continue reading

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It’s 46 degrees and there’s “a beaver on da roof.”

By Scott Linscott It’s 46 degrees, 6:50 AM and, apparently, there’s a beaver on my roof. While I am putting our pellet stove through its first test of the season, Ethan is telling me an elaborate story. A beaver, not … Continue reading

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My pumpkin spice is lacking something

By Scott Linscott Some people have big stuff happening that worries them. My biggest concern today is that my pumpkin spice coffee is lacking something. I can’t decide if it’s not “pumpkinny” enough or not spicy enough. I bought 5 … Continue reading

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When method drowns out message.

By Scott Linscott Method can overpower message. The cliché of “actions speak louder than words” is more than cliché. It is truth. I noticed the message in this photo painted on a fence post as I walked along admiring the … Continue reading

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“Hey, Scott, are you okay? You’ve disappeared.”

By Scott LinscottThe question came from a friend who noticed that my former Facebook fascination faded recently. (Nice alliteration, huh?) “You okay? You’ve disappeared.” My lack of selfies has left her concerned. My posts have decreased to one a day … Continue reading

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I probably ruined my grandkids today.

By Scott Linscott It was Cousin Sleepover weekend and I was rockin’ it. I was the hero for setting up the movie on the lawn. And, even though I confess having fled from the 190 decibels of noise on at … Continue reading

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Someone call the zoo!

By Scott Linscott There’s been an escape! Call the zoo! Someone left the door to the monkey cage open. I’m pretty sure these are howler monkeys because they are LOUD. I think they came here because they heard someone say … Continue reading

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My wife brung me a IQ measurer

By Scott Linscott Yup. They got all kinds of fancy-shmancy new things for schoolin’ nowadays. My wife is a teacher so I get to see the newest stuff. She brung this thingy home. You point it at your head and … Continue reading

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I’m a weakling, wuss-baby, delicate snowflake.

It’s me. I admit it. I’m the reason so many Americans have their undies in a twist. It’s my fault. Eight years ago I was given a second chance at life with the gift of a liver transplant and now … Continue reading

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