The Next 20 Years | Thoughts of the Week, August 31, 2018

I wasn’t sure if I was going to write this post, but...Here it is.    I’m in school.  Not a huge revelation, anyway.  I was hesitant to say anything because, well, I like to keep that kind of stuff to myself sometimes.  Once it’s on the internet, and all.  Anyway, I wasn’t sure if I was … Continue reading The Next 20 Years | Thoughts of the Week, August 31, 2018

The Power of Pebbles | A Daily Reminder

“Nobody trips over mountains. It is the small pebble that causes you to stumble. Pass all the pebbles in your path and you will find you have crossed the mountain.”             -Unknown I saw the above quote online this morning, and it gave me pause.  I've often spoken of the power of pebbles in our … Continue reading The Power of Pebbles | A Daily Reminder

Keep Playing the Game | The Splendid Splinter

In 1953, Ted Williams had a batting average of .407 for the Boston Red Sox.  In his career he hit for .400 in a season three times. He is the last person to have hit over .400 for a season, an amazing feat. But think about it.  For that season, he FAILED about six out … Continue reading Keep Playing the Game | The Splendid Splinter