Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2016’

Should Detroit Be Happy For Cleveland?

I have lived in Southeast Michigan for almost 20 years.  Sports championships have fallen from the sky like leaves off the trees in the fall.  The Red Wings have won 4 Stanley Cups since I moved here.  The Pistons took home the Larry O’Brien trophy in 2004 and I was right there for it.  Michigan football won a National Championship …

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Baseball and Father’s Day

There is nothing better than sharing something you love with someone you love. For me, family is so important and I learned of its importance from lessons taught by my dad.  This morning I came across a terrific story written by Zack Meisel of  The theme is baseball and Father’s Day and how it connects dads and their sons. Please …

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This Is So Spot On

I ran across a blog post on Facebook the other day that really wet my palate.  It discussed parenting and how kids today are never put in a position to be challenged.  As I’ve written in this space before and am teaching in my “Parenting the Love and Logic Way™” classes, we are consultants.  We should avoid being “Helicopter” parents …

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Friday Free For All

A few thoughts on my mind as we head into the weekend. 1.  The Tigers are still managed by Brad Ausmus.  The “Fire Ausmus” chatter has died down a bit, after votes of confidence from both Al Avila and even Jim Leyland.  At 25-28, Detroit is certainly an underachiever and the manager should be on thin ice.  A 200 million …

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