No One Is Lost Forever

Officer and Reformed Man

I saw this incredible story by Melissa Chan of the Daily News of a Police Officer (JD Boyd) and a former convict that were able to meet again after he served his time. Read the story here.

In short summary, the Officer and this man were in a life-threatening altercation. The man almost stabbed Officer Boyd in the head with a knife, while the officer almost shot him before he was able to subdue him.

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Time for a Restart

Time to Restart on a stopwatch or timers to illustrate a redo, rebuild, refresh, renew, revitalization or reinvention of your life, career or company

I love watching professional sports. Especially when it gets to be later in the season and teams are jockeying for the playoffs or seeding to get home field advantage. It’s been said that until the MLB All-Star game in mid-July, it’s way too early to tell who’s going to be playing baseball in October.

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A Little Encouragement Goes a Long Way

lavori in corso scritto sulla lavagna - ingleseThrough the magic of the “internets” I’ve recently been able to re-connect with my high school English teacher. As most of of my friends, students, and colleagues know, I am a high school dropout. I really didn’t impress too many of my teachers back then. In fact, I’m sure most of them wouldn’t even remember my name. I know I wouldn’t have if I were in their position. Out of sight, out of mind.

But Mrs. Moore was different.

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Tomorrow is Always Fresh

Tomorrow is Always Fresh

Have you heard of these summer reading programs for kids? They’re a really neat idea.

You get kids to read books over the summer and for every book they read, they get a free prize. Prizes range from free movie rentals to free pizza and $10 off your next oil change. My kids love that one.

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