I found this listing on Craigslist today, and thought that it was a perfect metaphor for many of us.
How much are you willing to sell your dreams for?
I can imagine this guy’s excitement as he thought to himself, … Continue reading
The Leader. Always the man in shortest supply in any organization. Also, always (in hindsight) the man most likely to fail the task set out for him, TO LEAD. And then we (the followers) are surprised.
Which is odd, … Continue reading
Inspirational reflections from Drop Thrill:
Greetings to all in F3 Nation! Wow has it been an amazing almost 5 months in the Nation! March 29 after much EHing by Big League Chew and Byron (Charlotte South/Area 51) I finally posted … Continue reading
Conditions: 85 degrees with a strong wind of service to others
Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter provides a safe and nurturing environment for abused and neglected children and unaccompanied teens, offering them a broad range of services concentrating on … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Grapevine:
Over 50 people showed up for the AG Campus Cleanup on Saturday – it took less than 90 minutes to spread almost 20 yards of mulch, clean out all the beds in the front, remove … Continue reading
The erstwhile least serious and only partially useful portion of the blog section of website has returned (well, not that it really ever left). And since my last post, I seem to have forgotten how to post under the Butcher’s … Continue reading
Calling all available hands – Saturday, August 9th at 8:15 there will be an F3 sponsored campus cleanup at AG Middle School for a couple of hours after the 7:00 workouts.
Lots of F3 Metro participants use the AG campus … Continue reading
“I would rather make mistakes in kindness and compassion than work miracles in unkindness and hardness.” ― Mother Teresa
I’m a retired Navy officer. I currently work as fire captain in a big city firehouse. I’ve spent the last twenty-eight … Continue reading