One Hope, One Fear

Every year, I like to use this space in a decidedly different manner to give recognition to Mental Health Awareness Month.  A topic long near my heart and soul, but one that is taking a particularly noticeable pole position in society today due to the effects of Covid-19.  The social and economic impact of mandated…

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The Power of Belief

My junior year in college we were participating in a double elimination tournament, playing game two after having already won the first game the day before.  Having already exhausted some bullpen options, and the deficit growing larger, the coach decided to make one last pitching change in an attempt to give us a shot at…

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When Right or Wrong Doesn’t Matter

I can say with absolute conviction that I am the least political person on the planet.  My sister once noted during a Christmas breakfast that I’m very silent on the subject of politics and wondered why.  For a million dollars and a booked event, I couldn’t tell you why it’s never interested me.  I couldn’t…

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