I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat down to write these end-of-year blogs and began writing, “This has certainly been an interesting year.” Perhaps I can
Good morning and happy Monday. It's hard to believe that half of October is already gone. It will be Christmas before you know it.
The one concern hanging
This is definitely a year we would all like to forget. The changes we’ve had to make to avoid this virus are just staggering. Above is a picture of me and my
Gift cards are becoming more prolific in our modern society. More often than not, we are allowing recipients to pick and choose their own gift. In light of
I grew up very close to my grandparents. Because of my time with them, I developed a rich insight into the years prior to my birth.
I recall my grandparents
Imagine you could travel back in time to 1918 and the Spanish Flu outbreak. World War I was wrapping up and suddenly, everyone was getting sick. Tens of
Dr. Justin Schmidt is an entomologist. That means he studies bugs. He's got a "thing" for stinging insects. In fact, you may have heard of him. He's the
Let me take you back to a moment you likely won’t ever forget. Super Bowl 49. Your New England Patriots versus the Seattle Seahawks. Bill Belichick versus
Tragedy is a terrible thing. And for the most part, it is unavoidable. If X doesn't get you, Y is waiting around the corner. Tough times are an inevitable
There is a lot of discussion of how the Coronavirus pandemic might affect us and our economy in the long run. Many are speculating on the various types of