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Smile Don’t Cry

“Don’t cry because its over, smile because it happened.” – Dr. Suess I say that this quote is one of my favorites, but do I like the sentiment, or do I really try to live it? Hmmm. I do tend to lament the ending of something that was beautiful or fun or exhilarating. This week […]

Eyes to See

Have you ever looked at any “Magic Eye” images? They are pictures of what looks like patterns of colors and shapes, but if you are able to change your focus, you can actually see a three-dimensional image jumping out of the pattern. Try it on the picture I’ve included.* These pictures are a fascinating optical […]

Are You My Mother?

Mother’s Day reminds me of the children’s Dr. Seuss book Are You My Mother? by PD Eastman, about a baby bird that hatches while his mother is away. He then sets about the task of finding his mom. He asks everything from animals to inanimate objects if they are his mother. His last ask is […]

On the Move Newsletters

The Highest and Best Use of Time

Have you ever experienced the lingering of a topic or phrase after sharing a conversation with someone? This exact scenario happened to me recently when my friend repeated a question that was posed to him to assist in navigating a career choice. The question was: Is what I am doing the highest and best use […]

Drifting Costs: Are You Misaligned?

Over the past month, gas prices have skyrocketed. This surge has caused many of us to make quite a few adjustments to our plans and habits. I drive an SUV because I haul young men around and take trips with my family. My truck also provides me with adequate room to accommodate being 6’3”. I […]

Accompaniment: The Process of Preparation

As many of you know, I spend most of my Tuesday evenings shuttling young men to/from the Young Commanders’ weekly meeting in Lilburn, GA. I leave my home at 3:30 pm and return around 11:00 pm. I love it and miss it when I can’t see the boys. We share pizza and  snacks, and they […]

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