Inertia

When I was a science teacher in NY, one of the subjects in the curriculum was Newton’s Laws of Motion. The first law states that an object in motion will remain in motion, an object at rest will remain at rest, until acted upon by an external force. This is known as inertia. In otherContinue reading “Inertia”

The Measure of Success

Our society places a lot of emphasis on being successful.  We are all trying to be the best spouse, parent, employee, athlete, etc.  The list could go on and on.  Miriam Webster defines success as the degree or measure of succeeding; favorable or desired outcome; and the attainment of wealth, favor, or eminence. “Success isContinue reading “The Measure of Success”

Grit – I Don’t Mean Sand in Your Bathing Suit

The word grit has a few definitions, one being small particles of sand.  Another version is the item for breakfast that I learned about when visiting the south.  I wasn’t a fan at first until I had homemade grits – they were delicious! The grit I am thinking about today is the courage and resolveContinue reading “Grit – I Don’t Mean Sand in Your Bathing Suit”

Baby Steps

March 11, 2020:  I will never forget the day that this Covid 19 pandemic became real to me.  Not only because this unprecedented event caused life to turn upside down, but also because it was my son Steven’s 32nd birthday.  My husband and I were driving to Jacksonville for The Player’s Golf Tournament, an eventContinue reading “Baby Steps”