An election turn off (for me anyway) in local elections is feeling like I don't really know the candidates. This is ironic because you'd think that because it's a local election we'd be more familiar because the candidate is from our area. Not always true. In national elections you "know" the
This week, once again, I am not going to speak about the past week. I will let you know, however, I did work out this past week and, yes, I followed my diet to the best of my ability. May 10 was Mother's Day, so my mom and I went out to dinner.
Actually, there never really was two eaglets in the nest at the Old Dutch Tavern in Perkins Township. I was given bad information. According to Glenn Biglin, who I would consider the "official" photographer of the nest, there were originally two eggs in the nest.
A friend recently turned me on to a process called "Appreciative Inquiry." It's been used successfully by companies like Roadway in Akron and major organizations like the US Navy to revitalize and change, and it strikes me as something that might be useful to the community.