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“You are who you were when” ecourse

Chic-fil-a has a seasonal (summer) peach shake that rocks my world every time I have one. You see, my grandma used to ‘can’ (preserve) peaches in the fall and freeze them for future consumption. It would be the dead of

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Posted in Change, Collaboration, Current Affairs, generational frustrations, generational stereotypes, generations

Musings on persistent and genuine Love

Today is my twenty-third anniversary. Twenty-three years. I often say I married way over my head. My wife is wise, strong, and beautiful inside and out. Sure I’m biased, but you would agree if you met her. Reminising about our

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Posted in Attitude, love, Relationships, self-reflection

Tactics for Tough Times: Don’t Go it Alone

Our country values the myth of the “rugged individualist”. We are enamored with the resolve of one person to succeed in the midst of adversity. We have been socialized through cultural influences to believe that we, too, must be a

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Posted in Change, Collaboration, Friendship, Integrity, marriage, resilience, Robust Collaboration

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