Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Practice Lunch

The Kindergarten panic has set in. Yesterday morning, I awoke with a start.  I don’t remember what I was dreaming about, but upon waking, all I could think of was Liam’s lunch. I imagined him on the first day of … Continue reading

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Can’t My Brain Get On Board with that “Frozen” Song Already

Whenever I try to meditate I end up thinking am I doing this right? I set the intention of being calm and in the moment.  Within seconds, it seems like I have a dozen spots on my body that need … Continue reading

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Get Danny’s Birthday Card in the Mail!!!

My friend, Dale, sent me the below link, suggesting it might work well with my kindness campaign. http://abcnews.go.com/US/mass-boy-battling-cancer-birthday-bunch-birthday-cards/story?id=24626702 Danny Nickerson is a five year old boy battling cancer.  He has an inoperable brain tumor, and the cancer is very resistant … Continue reading

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The Social Media Rules for Political Rants

When I was a freshman in high school, I dreamed of being a lobbyist. My history teacher, Mr. Mee, taught us that lobbyists work for organizations they believe in to assure their views are heard and attempt to get them … Continue reading

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Stop Being a Jerk and Go Play!

I called my son a jerk. Ok, the exact wording was “you are acting kind of like a jerk.”  I know, semantics.  But maybe it makes me sound a little less like an asshole.  No, not really. In my defense, … Continue reading

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If You’re Happy and You Know It

I started the run wanting nothing more than to turn back home.  My stomach sloshed around with the contents from the night’s dinner.  Not the most comfortable feeling before exercise, but I strive to ensure our family shares the evening … Continue reading

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The Vacationer

The airplane became silent as the pilot shut down the engines without notice to the passengers. “Welp, we’re not going anywhere for awhile.” The gentleman sitting next to me took out his magazine, placed it on his tray and began … Continue reading

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