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“When you show me Love, I don’t need your words. Yeah, Love ain’t a thing, Love is a verb…you gotta show, show, show, show me , Love is a verb.”  Great lyrics by John Mayer that try to define what we are to do with this word called LOVE. READ MORE >>

That is the message that a wise old janitor kept telling the most successful Kentucky high basketball coach ever who was having a  tough season in the fictional book “Lead, for God’s Sake”. READ MORE >>

Artwork created by Summer Davis age 9, daughter of teammate Lisa Davis.   The holidays remind us to cherish the memories we make with our family. It's also a time to show those we care about the most how much we love them and treasure having them in our lives. READ MORE >>

Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), started November 15, 2014 and ends February 15, 2015. During the open enrollment period you can enroll, switch plans, and possibly obtain premium subsidies. READ MORE >>

It seems like every month there is a campaign or cause designed to make us aware of a disease and to donate to help find a cure. This month is National Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Next month is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. READ MORE >>

Have you taken or challenged someone to take the ALS Ice Bucket challenge yet?  This amazing Social media campaign to increase awareness for ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease has raised over 22 million dollars in just 3 weeks and has affected celebrities, sports stars and ordinary people t... READ MORE >>

  While strolling through some gift shops in the little town of Bemus Point, New York on Lake Chautaugua over the weekend I came across a painting with a powerful message underneath called “Living Life” by Bonnie Mohr. The message struck home with me for a couple of reasons. READ MORE >>

Happy Independence Day! To add to the celebrations, here are some interesting and fun facts about the 4th of July. 1. The first Independence Day celebration took place in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776. This was also the day that the Declaration of Independence was first read in public after people were summoned by the ringing of the Liberty Bell. READ MORE >>

Life has a way of getting your attention…so does death. Recently 3 fathers I know passed away unexpectedly. In April while vacationing with my family I received news that my closest cousin Bobby died from a heart attack. He was just a year older than me at age 58, a father of 3 and a guy everyone loved because of his enthusiasm for life and his family. READ MORE >>

  Recently, my 90 year old Mom passed away. My wife Lynn & I had the privilege and honor of caring for her as she lived the past five years in our home. I am certainly not saying that this arrangement is for every family. READ MORE >>

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