I have a wonderful dad who is very wise and has taught me a lot of important lessons. Last year on this day I wrote a post about some of these lessons. (Check that post out here) So I decided that today I should try something different. I’m not a parent, but I do hope
I sat down tonight and wrote down any regrets that came to mind. What I could or should have done that I wish I could change. My list ranged from career, to spiritual, to eating more vegetables. I try my best to live my life in the moment without regrets, but nobody can be perfect at
These were my options at my grocery store for National Corn On The Cob Day: Being used to very fresh and delicious corn, I knew this wasn’t an option, but it did remind me of the brief time in high school when I became a corn distributor. My dad had a friend whose kids were
The guy was brilliant, and we don’t know nearly enough about him as we should. I’ve been worked on a few Shakespeare plays in my day. It is when I’m hearing the script every day, seeing the actors make choices, and listening to the direction and discussions that I really understand the genius that he was.
“On this day, we think about the times in the past that we have been rejected. It may have been from a boyfriend/girlfriend, from a college, from a job, from a loan application or etc. Now we can think about how we survived it, made it through it, grew from it and learned from it.”