I already got this: In 14 days I will have this: This morning I was ready to get it done NOW. I want to be on the other side of this and start getting better–the rehab uphill climb I know all too well. But as of this moment I am going to just say it—I’M […]Read More 14 Days And Counting until Robo-Sarv 2.0
A few times over the years of posting thoughts and ideas and commentary and the occasionally rare criticism I have made the following remark: “My humble hat is stapled to my head.” It’s true…ok, perhaps not stapled but most assuredly Gorilla Glued on. I am always quick to deflect congratulatory statements from others, passing them […]Read More Unexpected Wonderful Surprise
There was a man who once said, “I love watching lots of people doing great things.” This man was correct as there is perhaps nothing more rewarding than a group of individuals working together toward a common goal. In this case we are talking about over 400 people (330 in the UDMB and another 70+ volunteers–parents, […]Read More It’s About Everyone Else
For the first time in my career–perhaps life–I find myself enjoying a moment of peace and restfulness. I’m sitting on my deck at home, sipping a new coffee from my favorite coffee roaster in New Jersey (Moon Doggie Coffee Roasters – try them!) called “Ground Zero – Fat Man French Roast.” It’s 64 degrees outside, […]Read More 20 Years At The Helm – Whoddah Thunk It!
There are things that happen for a reason. When each event occurs rarely is one aware of the specific reason for the situation to unfold the way it does. However, during the last four years I have become a little more aware of such moments, but only in the belief that there is a reason behind […]Read More A Thank You…28 Years In The Making
I know. I hear you. I understand. But let’s face reality ladies and gentlemen–this broad does not know HOW to slow down! I have two speeds—full out and off. There really is no in between for me. Sort of like a puppy–go, go, go, go, CRASH! Frankly I wouldn’t have it any other way either. […]Read More A Working Vacation
Tomorrow is the final home game of the 2011 regular season. A typical season on some levels; an atypical one many others (hurricanes, earthquakes, and more). As is always the case I became a bit reflective as I drove the lift from the turf complex across the dark athletic fields. This is a traditional solitary […]Read More Year 17–Almost in the books….