You dabbled in nasty mud, and made pies, when you were a child; and you dabble in
nasty science, and dissect spiders, and spoil flowers, when you grow up.
To many the concept of early retirement is an ideal - to be able to dabble in
art or potter about in the garden.
COLIN SINGLETON In my opinion, yes they do, I have a nephew and niece under the age of 10 and when they visit, my wife and I actively encourage them to draw and paint and from conversations with them they appear to have the freedom to dabble in
Daley's solution is to dabble in
a bit of boxing business.
Together they battle evil forces from the past, dabble in
magic, and try to survive.
"My brothers would take me out and make me crawl under the car to teach me how to drain oil out of Corvettes when I was just 5 or 6." She continues to dabble in
automotive mechanics as a hobby, rebuilding motorcycles and scooters in her spare time.
Wasser connected with a trainer who dared to dabble in
Smith also has a separate, discretionary Schwab account, which she whimsically refers to as "The Michelle Fund." She uses this account to dabble in
technology and speculative stocks--within boundaries.
"We need to be able to do a better job with records and seeing what enterprises are making us money, especially because we dabble in
other areas like the construction business.
If you dabble in
Ecstasy, you have got all the potential to kill yourself."
Nelson is one of a cadre of Disney scientists who dabble in
projects ranging from formulating polymers to mimic human skin to making biodegradable casings for fireworks.
He went on to dabble in
nearly every artistic and political milieu and emerged, by the middle 1960s, as one of America's most formidable intellectual voices.
"I had to balance the risk of unnecessarily giving publicity to these people who dabble in
evil spirits against my desire to ensure other people weren't enticed into that kind of mumbo- jumbo.