Monthly Archives: January 2023

#368–What we emphasize each day . . .

“What we choose to emphasize is a choice we can make each day.” This quote is from a distant cousin in a Christmas letter I received this year. Must say, it’s a first to take a quote from a Christmas … Continue reading

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#367–Reading––the most important skill . . .

While I was in California visiting my former college roommate, Dr. Alice Ruzicka, who is now a neuro-pediatric psychologist, I helped her work with a five-year-old boy. He was being tested to see if he qualified to be in a … Continue reading

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#366–Christmas cards, winter driving & loved ones . . .

Christmas is not a good time to travel—flying or driving––and we all know that. But, regardless, most people either are traveling or hosting travelers––especially now after three years of Covid. This year I put 1,800 miles on my car, as … Continue reading

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