Monthly Archives: July 2018

Habits

As I give tennis lessons, I am reminded over and over how difficult it is to make changes and to correct bad habits. Webster defines a habit as: “a pattern of action or behavior that has been repeated so often … Continue reading

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I Can Do All Things

  As I was giving a tennis lesson last week, I noticed the tank top that Ryan was wearing said, “I CAN DO ALL THINGS.”  The shirt was not from  a “Witness Wear” Tee Shirt company, but by Under Armor.  … Continue reading

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Heeding Warnings

  Failure to heed a warning may prove harmful, even fatal.  We have all sorts of warning lights and bells on the dash of our automobiles to warn us if we are getting low on oil or gasoline or the … Continue reading

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It’s Never Over Until It’s Over

Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra, hall-of-fame catcher for the New York Yankees from 1946-1963, was known for his malapropisms and pithy, paradoxical statements like “It ain’t over ‘till it’s over!”  Boy, did that ever apply to the recent baseball college world … Continue reading

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Keeping Up With The Weeds

One of the challenges of successful gardening is keeping up with the weeding. If you don’t, the weeds will pretty much take over and squeeze out the vegetables, flowers, etc. that you have planted.  And, you can’t just weed the … Continue reading

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