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An awareness of the hard work our ancestors put into living can help us try harder to be people they would be proud of knowing. We have the capacity to build on their dreams.
Springtime always brings a lift to our spirits, but if that isn’t enough to drag you out of the doldrums, keep reading. Even if you’re over-the-moon happy it may be worth your while, since we can ne...
Grit and I, and many of our friends, often comment how we are glad not to be rearing children in this day and age. Our hope is our children are still better equipped to deal with what is facing their children.
I get a lot of questions on how I feel about the concussion issue in football, about letting kids play sports and whether I worry about my family. Believe me, I worry. But then I heard Colin Cowherd talk about ...
For this generation whose livelihood does not always require hard labor, perhaps exercise seems a better choice for people to join together and bond through their challenges rather than sitting home eating chip...
Sometimes kids have a few things they can teach us adults. One of them is they are vulnerable and we need to help them learn life's lessons, not by cheating but by playing fair.
We’re way beyond telephones hooked to the wall and run by operators, so the song “Hello Central, Give Me Heaven” got me thinking, wouldn’t it be the best if the Internet got so advanced ...
The head or the heart? Who cares? We can be the most ordinary people in the world, but when we become “the wonder of the world” to someone special, well, there’s just nothing like it, no matte...
The experience gave us a new perspective and an even deeper respect for the men and women crammed into tight planes and cramped ships who have served their country keeping it free for you and me.
My husband Grit asked me one day: “Why do you think we need to grow old? Why can’t we get to a certain age, keep our hair and vigor and then one day just pop off?