It’s real. A good coach can make a positive, indelible impact on a child’s life. And it may have NOTHING to do with the sport.
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Today, something terrible happened to a man, his family, and our country. A Canadian Reservist was shot to death at the foot of the National War Memorial on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. It feels like we have seen so much loss lately. … Continue reading
I have become “that” Mom. You know, the one who gives her friends with new babies unsolicited advice. EGADS! I am horrified. I really am. I literally cringed as I was washing the supper dishes, thinking about my recent visit … Continue reading
We dropped our oldest son off at his first ever week of camp yesterday afternoon. He is at a summer camp on a little island, just a short ferry ride from the town we live in. His best friend is there, and … Continue reading
Ok, first of all I have to mention that normally, when I go looking through my own photos or for stock photos on the Internet to accompany my posts, I usually find something close to what I am trying to illustrate … Continue reading
I have blogged about my feelings about getting kids out of the TV room and into the forest before. Today, after a few crazy hours that looked something like this: Me, working from my home office, while my boys … Continue reading