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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Forever September

Training Camp starts next week, this event used to signal the end of summer, but did we ever really have a summer to begin with? My wife said to me the other day: “I can’t wait for football!” (Can you tell we are a match?) I said: “You’re not kidding! I wish we could fast … Continue reading »

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Favre 4 Ever: 3 Memories of the Legend

The gunslinger is in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. It is an event that was certainly expected, but what was not expected is just how fast his career unfolded. It seems like yesterday, the kid with name that no one could pronounce arrived in Green Bay. There are so many great memories, but … Continue reading »

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Quality Time in 15 Minutes

Quality Time with regard to kids is thrown around rather loosely these days. Each of us has our own definition of what quality time means. I recently read a great book by a writer I follow, Jon Acuff. His latest book is DO OVER. He specializes in kicking your career into gear and reaching your … Continue reading »

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Q in Question

Datone Jones suspended and Andrew Quarless arrested for firing a gun in public…. Charles Barkley was wrong. Athletes are role models. Just about anyone on TV is a role model to some extent because our society basically tells people that if someone puts you on TV you must be special. How to address the matters … Continue reading »

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