Monthly Archives: December 2014

Keeping it Fresh

I don’t watch a lot of television, but one show I love is Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood. Tom and I record it and watch it together as we eat our Sunday morning breakfast. Today, Osgood did a segment on … Continue reading

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The ‘Perfect’ Hat

When my youngest son, Austin, was eight years old, he brought home a handmade Christmas present made especially for me at school. As we sat down together to open it, I noticed he lacked his usual excited grin and anticipatory … Continue reading

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Tipping Point

A few years ago there was a Ted Talk titled “How to Start a Movement” which showcased a video of a shirtless man dancing wildly by himself on a grassy hill surrounded by a crowd who watched him as if … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Traditions

Since the beginning, humans have created reoccurring ceremonies and traditions that help us recall important moments in our history, signify significant rites of passage, and celebrate things which unite and bond us. Since I was a child, I have always … Continue reading

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Complaining on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Greetings to all Monday Morning Stretch subscribers and Lion’s Den Members! If I was to list all the things I’m grateful for and appreciative of in my life, this would be the longest Stretch on record. I’m certainly grateful … Continue reading

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