Monthly Archives: December 2010

Can’t never could and other inspirations

My son starts basketball practice this week playing with his very first basketball team.  Coach Julie is an exceptional woman who has a career, family and is quite an athlete, she played college hoops. I’m happy she is volunteering her time to teach my son how to dribble, pass, shoot and become a better man. […]

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Somnambulist eve-bumping into Santa

Merry Christmas—–writing in the wee hours of the morning. I never could sleep on Christmas eve.  As a child waiting for the moment to hear Santa and his sleigh alighting on the roof in the hopes of catching him coming down the chimney.  As a teenager because of all of my restless younger siblings running […]

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Blessings To Behold-where we are, where we can go

As I sit around the Christmas eve table filled with holiday food, surrounded by family, a fire in the fireplace , the Christmas Tree covered with ornaments from Christmas’ past a cold rain falling outside I am reminded how fortunate I am.  To live in this country which with all of the challenges we face […]

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How Green does your Garden Grow?-preparing for the New Year

It is happening all across the country on farms with thousands of acres to the family garden plot.  Farmers of every type are starting to get restless.  Looking out on their frozen lands in anticipation of the new year.  In more temperent areas they are waiting for the frost to go away and the angle […]

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Actor Math And Science: Numbers don’t lie = the formula for your career

Einstein “E=mc2 – energy equals mass times the velocity of light squared.”  Newton’s First Law states that an object will remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless acted upon by an external force.  In fact all of life as we know it is governed by math and physics.  Just because […]

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