Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Trip to Hawaii

Two weeks ago, I discussed a little bit about why I believe children and adults alike have a sense of entitlement.  Let me reiterate, that I believe this sense stems from being given too many things, instead of earning them.  … Continue reading

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A Plea From a Teacher

Two days ago, a 12 year old boy walked into his middle school in Sparks, Nevada and shot two students, a teacher and then, himself.  We all ask the question every time this happens, “WHY?”  In fact, last night I … Continue reading

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

One year ago today, I started this website and blog.  I hope it has been enlightening, inspiring and fun.  There is still much to do and far to go, but I wanted to say thank you for your support  in … Continue reading

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The “Principal” of Entitlement

 Every day on the news, I hear of stories that make me think that some people have a skewed sense of entitlement.  It reminds me of a time when one of my principals almost helped to promote that concept. I … Continue reading

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Empathy

When I hear the stories of what is happening to families all across our country during our government’s ‘shut down’ I wonder, “Congress, where is your empathy?”  I find myself wondering this thought about other situations, too.  Henry David Thoreau … Continue reading

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A Positive Life or A Negative Life

Between the violence in our own country and that abroad, both by hate groups and by single individuals, as well as the fact that our own government can’t seem to get along (I swear, I need to go to Washington … Continue reading

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