Monthly Archives: March 2016

If Only Adults Acted Like Children

Tolerance is not enough…You need acceptance and love. So much can be learned by sharing with each other and observing each other… Especially children.

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If At First You Don’t Succeed…

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, again. You’ve most likely heard this phrase before.  It comes from a British educator in the 1800’s that helped to write the British National Anthem.  I’m grateful this phrase made it across the pond to the United States. Throughout the process of[…] Read More →

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Back To My Roots

I had a radio interview this morning with 97.7 FM, located in Poughkeepsie, NY. I’d not only like to thank them for their interest in my book, What’s Your Wheelchair, but for bringing me back to the roots of how the book came to be in the first place.  

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What’s YOUR Trump Card?

In many card games, you will hear people talk about trump cards.  It’s a card that you slap down on the table, especially as a surprise, in order to gain an advantage. But trump cards exist not only in a card game, they exist in life. Each of you have[…] Read More →

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