Friendly reminder to folks in the United States for tomorrow, GO VOTE! Get out and exercise your right to decide on the issues and candidates in your state and community.


Memorial Day 2013 – Today we recognize real heroes who have served our country. Every man and woman who has worn the uniforms of our military have given their lives to preserve the freedoms we have today. So many gave the ultimate sacrifice with their lives. Others returned home and carry the burdens of war and conflict, they suffer sometimes in silence. Thank you to all those who made the choice to serve to defend and protect. I also extend the same regard to first responders who keep our streets safe too. 

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" John 15:13

Post-Olympics, Memories, Medals and Opportunities


Last night the Games of the 2012 Olympics ended with a great closing ceremony. London put on a great event and it will be remembered for years. The United States won more medals than any other country and its a source of national pride. Other nations gave memorable performances that made us all take notice. Its kind of sad these games are over with but life must go on. The Olympics are proof that nations can compete in a peaceful manner. We can celebrate our national pride while embracing our common interests and humanity. Our country needs to take the example of excellence on the field of play and put it into the classrooms and its communities. We can all be heroes for a lifetime if we embrace the spirit these games gave us.