The Game is Over

His name may not be etched on any plaque nor printed in any article. His picture may not be hung on any of the walls or highlighted on any Friday night broadcast but make no mistake, he has left a mark deeper than any engraving and a story more telling than any sportscaster could report. […]

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Love of the game

We watched “Friday Night Lights” and “When the game stands tall” last night. My oldest watched the latter with us. I was in a football movie mood, I guess and watching it with my son was a nice treat. (BTW he was not impressed and believes Cedar Park could beat both DLS and LB Poly). […]

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Anniversary

I have always believed we will live forever. I refuse to believe we are nothing but the hollow result of a series of great coincidences and fortunate events. I cannot fathom that the meaning of life is the revelation of the natural world through reason and that our morality and values are an evolutionary response […]

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Sunday Gravy

My grandmother was born Madeline Simone in New York in 1924. She was a first generation Italian American and English was her second language, like most immigrants. She stood 4ft nothing as sweet as a saint and as staunch as one too. Like all the women in the household during her day she cooked but […]

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God’s morning gift

Oh my God I thank you for this morning. Every day is a blessing and we are reminded of that through your daily Grace. We will never truly identify and appreciate all of the wonder you present to us during our day, even at times when our days seem to be wrought with strife but […]

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On the Clock

I dropped off my son early this morning at the CPHS Fieldhouse for his first day of Strength and Conditioning. As I am driving him to the school I thought about all the past early mornings in the last year. I thought about all the pre-dawn practices he had to endure and the workouts that […]

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