I had meant to put this up yesterday, but was sidetracked.
The title is “The last Supper” and then David started the article by mentioning “Course Corrections” and I kept reading, but did not get where he was going….until the last nine sentences.
Reminds me of I Get It Now.
Enjoy….remember, but never stop the training.
And do yourself a favor…subscribe to and read David’s blog everyday. I do.
About Ray V.
Living between Aiken & Nashville, TN, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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Thank you Ray. I appreciate the kind words. And, I loved the “I get it now” post. Thanks for pointing me to it.
I love this blog! It brings back wonderful memories. It was always a fun time taking our kids out to eat in different restaurants as we moved all around the country. We started taking them with us from the time they were babies. We also had other diners say to us how well behaved our kids were. What a proud feeling that was! Now I do the same thing when I see families out to dinner with well behaved children because they need to be told. Parents teach their kids manners and values while they are growing up, and it makes us feel so proud when we see our grown children are doing the same thing with their children.