Author Archives: David

Remember me

How will you be remembered? Will it be some extraordinary feat? Or will it just be how you do you day in and day out? Be unique, just like everybody else.

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Things get lost

Due to a glitch with switching the website to a more secure format, I’ve lost all of my posts within the last year. Do you have backups in place if you lost a year’s worth of data? What about a … Continue reading

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Losing a leader

Death is a part of life. Birth gives us the “from” and death gives us the “to” when a life is defined in earthly terms. Louise Balentine (1928-2017) passed away peacefully surrounded by her children – a mother, grandmother, daughter, … Continue reading

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Lost on a shelf

  I was cleaning off a bookcase today. It had become a convenient dumping area instead of an organized storage space. One of the shelves had a box. And in that box we’re several books that a good friend sent … Continue reading

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First is second

The first was the second. Our first Vice President became our second President. John Adams (1735-1826) served as our nation’s first Vice President. He placed second in the electoral college balloting to George Washington (34 votes vs. 69 votes). Imagine … Continue reading

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