Monthly Archives: August 2016

A Blessed Mess!?!

This usually happens to me between 4:00pm to 5:00pm when my last toddler-age grandson is just about to be picked up from a day of adventure, play, laughing, lunch, a nap and more. The house is in a bit of … Continue reading

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Be Brave

I imagine you know someone who you would say is brave. As I have been taking in the Olympic Games, there have been a number of stories of bravery, stories of athletes overcoming tremendous obstacles, facing their fears and bravely … Continue reading

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What We Behold Matters.

The Olympics Games provide for us the thrill of watching human beings achieve great accomplishments, the notoriety of experiencing history-making events, the captivating-intensity of competition, the exhilaration and national pride of our country winning the gold, and the inspiration of … Continue reading

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An Olympic Attitude

There is so much I love about the Olympics. I love seeing the best of the best perform and do what seems to be the impossible. I greatly enjoy seeing the fastest, strongest, most elegant, most agile, and the greatest … Continue reading

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