Over the approximately 20 year’s experience of sitting on boards, I have decided that the act of governing is a nasty business. Most boards are composed of what I call the 4 Ds—dreamers, doers, doubters, and downers. Each individual group, if gone unchecked, can cause ruin for the organization, but with each working together and
Hi Friends! No, nothing is wrong with your computer, I have been busy with other things and haven’t added to my blog in way too long. Today I’m doing a quick update just to let you know I’m still alive and well. However, don’t worry, I have been busy collecting information on more topics of
Super 8 staring Kyle Chandler is one super movie. It takes you back to the 70’s and the days of puberty, puppy love, and polyester. With the name Spielberg attached to it, one can’t help but make comparisons to his big hit of the 80’s, ET. Although both movies are about young people and aliens
The Columbus Dispatch – News. Finally, a politician who sees the light. He actually seems to understand what teachers have been saying about the problems with standardized testing.
Green shamrocks, leprechauns in green suits, green top hats, green beer, and wearing of the green can mean only one thing— it is time for St. Patrick’s Day. All of these images are associated with St. Patrick’s Day but, curiously, Patrick was known for a particular shade of blue. He is depicted wearing blue vestments
A couple of people sent me e-mails regarding my rant about Charlie Sheen (see GO AWAY, CHARLIE SHEEN). I thought they were interesting and I would like to share them here. The first one is from Anne. She writes: Couldn’t agree more- with all the problems in the United States, and now the news leads
Cops take twins from Sheen after threats detailed – Road Runner.
Today is Presidents Day, or so I thought and I bet you thought so too. However, it is not now, nor has it ever been, officially “Presidents Day.” The legal holiday we are celebrating today is Washington’s Birthday. George Washington, first president and father of our country, was born February 22 and that other great
When one thinks of February the color red automatically comes to mind. The most obvious is the red found in sentimental Valentine’s Day cards or the bright red heart-shaped box of chocolates. It is a welcome color coming in the middle of a drab winter. It adds a cheery note to an otherwise depressing month