If you ever spend some time with me for a chat, you will soon come to realize that I can go places one would never have thought in at least that moment. Like how do we go from having a wonderful conversation about goals and suddenly flip over 1080 degrees to “I wonder what the… Read More
In emergency management, the first few minutes of a situation can determine how the rest of the event will unfold. You can apply that same philosophy to the start of any new year. We tend to look at opening a new calendar as a symbol for taking a fresh start or a reset to get… Read More
Could you imagine that before May 6th, 1954, no other athlete in the world had ever run a mile under four minutes? No one. No one that is until Roger Bannister. On May 6th, 1954, the record was finally broken. The running time for his mile was 3 minutes and 59.4 seconds! If your thinking… Read More
Recently I was at my monthly Library Club meeting. Before I carry on with the muse had to say, I want to clarify that this Library Club does not take place in an actual library but in a pub.
Recently I attended a live stage production of “Miracle on 34th Street at our local theatre. If you haven’t seen it or even know about it, it is one of those feel-good movies that is one of my favorites at this time of year. The plot is simple, an elderly gentleman who goes by the… Read More