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  1. Worst Fable Ever
    27 Sep, 2016
    Worst Fable Ever
    Have you heard the tale of the boy who cried wolf?  I heard this fable a long time ago when I was very young.  I thought I knew what it meant, but I'm not so sure anymore. Let me tell you how I remember the story.  There was a young boy who desired above all else the attention of his hero, so he devised a plan. It was brilliant. He would call for help. Surely, his hero would head the call. Wolves were abundant and wild around his village, so he used an imaginary wolf as the threat.  One
  2. Scout Pow Wow
    24 Sep, 2016
    Scout Pow Wow
    I attended a boy scout merit badge pow wow this morning with my two scouts. My son was one of the two, so it was fun to be able to spend the day with him.  The morning flag ceremony consisted of a prayer, reciting of the scout oath and the pledge of allegiance. We were blessed to hear from Brad Wilcox, professor of education at Brigham Young University. Professor Wilcox used words from the Scout Oath and gave instructions to the scouts and leaders on how to involve the oath in our everyday
  3. Evening with a Super Hero
    21 Sep, 2016
    Evening with a Super Hero
    I've spent my whole life looking up to people. Seriously, I'm 5 foot 6 inches, I literally look up at everyone. Honestly, though, what I'm really saying is that I've admired many people over the years. Think of your heroes?  Who is your biggest hero? Maybe it's a parent or grandparent. Teachers fit the archetype of a hero. Some people follow sports idols and celebrities. A religious leader no doubt may hold your heart. Think about the person you admire the most and then think about the
  4. True Friendship
    28 Aug, 2016
    True Friendship
    One of my favorite artists, James Taylor, won a Grammy for a song called, "You've Got a Friend." It was written by Carole King who also won a Grammy for this song. I love listening to my James Taylor albums when I'm feeling nostalgic or lonely or pretty much whenever because I really like his music. He has a soothing voice and his lyrics are thought provoking. There is another song with a similar title that shares a similar message about friendship. Randy Newman wrote and performed the song,

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