True story. A couple living in Georgia drives to Utah to visit family. While in Colorado they see a sign that says ‘Shortest route to Salt Lake City’ and they decide to follow the sign and take the road. The highway … Continue reading
In the United States, 24 million children, one out of three, grow up in homes without their biological father. One of the best ways to strengthen society is to keep fathers in the lives of their children. When you diminish … Continue reading
Hearsay In every town, in every street, In nearly every house, you meet A little imp, who wriggles in With half a sneer and half a grin, And climbs upon your rocking chair, Or creeps upon you anywhere; And when … Continue reading
It has been 353 days since my last post. One day I will blog again. But not today.
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This morning I attended the annual all staff meeting at the American Cancer Society National Home Office in Atlanta, GA. Out of all the interesting information that was shared this morning Dr. Otis W. Brawley, our Chief Medical Officer, comments … Continue reading
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