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8th Grade Basketball 2018 #SOL18

I've been blessed of the last couple of years to have teams who have been gifted with some amazing talent, and their records have reflected this. Basketball has come easy to these girls and it shows. #twogreatseasons Walking into this... Continue Reading →

If You Don’t Like Jack Black……#SOL18

.....this isn't a blog for you. I've never heard of Jack Black's comedic heavy metal group, Tenacious D, until a couple of weeks ago. #Iknowright I was bored and watching Facebook videos. I came across "Adults react and MEET Tenacious... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Day 31 – A Final Slice

#ugh I've written this twice, first a pretty pessimistic piece, and we'll try the positive side and see which one goes up. It's hard to describe this year's slicing. On one hand, my scheduling of posts was horrible. I missed... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Day 19 – Sorry

I thought I could do it. I thought I could get a blog in during days of 17 hours in a bus, days beginning with a 5:35 wake up call and ending with a chaperone's meeting at 10:30. I thought... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Day 14 – A Song

Hello from the middle of Illinois on a bus! We started from our high school school about 2:30 and drove to Mount Morris, Illinois, the hometown of our choir director. My wife and I are again, in the middle of... Continue Reading →

Reblogged: Do What You Love #SOL

I've attached a blog from two years ago about the Iowa Irish Fest. This year's fest, I saw much of the same passions that I wrote about two years ago. So without further ado: Another Iowa Irist Fest, Another Post About Doing... Continue Reading →

#SOL17 Challenge – Day 21 – Passion

“When you are passionate, you always have your destination in sight and you are not distracted by obstacles”. - Mike Krzyzewski, Beyond Basketball: Coach K's Keywords to Success Passion can be tricky sometimes. For some, it drives them to do better... Continue Reading →

Let It Ride

The last two weeks have been hectic for us as we've been running our daughter to swim practice in a neighboring town.  It's about a 30 minute drive and then a two hour practice, so hardly enough time to run... Continue Reading →

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