As I see it,…..punishing a 9th grader for being tardy (by seconds, not minutes) to an 11th grade chemistry class is a little like pulling over the FBI Agent for having their cruise control set at 70mph in a 65mph zone. Knowing that the AP Chemistry class is as diametrically opposed from the previous period […]
Windermere Pools are the best to clean!!
So Charlie & I joined a large national Gym chain right before the Christmas holidays. We have different goals but we both need the variety of equipment and services that come with the “normal” gym membership. Having been in sales basically my entire life I was a little apprehensive and had my guard up when […]
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So I was taking my daughter Emma to school today and it’s a cloudy and rainy morning. She said “Dad, I don’t know if today is going to be that good”. She almost, for a split second had me believing that today wouldn’t be a great day just because of the rainy and cloudy weather.Normally, […]
Whoever said, it’s better to have loved and had lost, than to never love at all, probably never lost.
It’s more important for our children to have at a minimum, adequate social skills and be able to effectively communicate with their equals/friends, teachers and most importantly strangers. Most of us have taught our children to stay away and avoid people they have never met or have had any reason to communicate with. We as […]
Why do we as parents occasionally test out kids? It would be different if I was talking about strengths and weaknesses, but when comes to things they’re good at, why do we still challenge their abilities? Do your homework this morning. Ok dad, he says. Looking at me with the, “get of my back, will […]
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