Doug and I visited our daughter in D.C. the other day. And when we were driving her back to her apartment, she noticed a homeless man. She commented,
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The late John Valvano asserted in his very famous speech in 1993 at the ESPN ESPY awards, “If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that’s a
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In two days, we will be celebrating Thanksgiving here in the U.S. I love this holiday because it encompasses everyone. It’s sole purpose is to g
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“Urgent things shout. Important things whisper. Listen to the whispers.” Ken Groen With Thanksgiving around the corner, this quote speaks
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Yesterday, I went to Wegmans to pick up a few things. My daughter was making dinner and one of the items she needed was non-alcoholic ginger beer. She
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Years ago, when my children played rec sports, I used to require that they write a thank-you note to their coaches after the season ended. My rational
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Yesterday I wrote about how addicted most of us are to our phones. Our phone use is an invasive weed in the garden of our life. Today, I want all of u
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I am hearing a lot about loss right now. Senior year lost, social interaction lost, travel lost, prom lost, freedom lost, financial loss, etc. Some of
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Good morning everyone! I hope you enjoyed the holidays, as it is undoubtedly a crazy time of year. I was struck this year by how often I heard people
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“There’s something about a holiday that isn’t all about how much money you spend.” Hilarie Burton Yesterday was one of those d
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As Thanksgiving approaches, we generally begin to think about all the wonderful things in our lives—our blessings, and we are often advised to count
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