But life comes in cycles and if you live long enough,
you can oftentimes adjust for errors in judgment. If you do something
goofy, there's a good chance that you can do things differently the second
time around. If you're not clever enough to realize that you erred, then
you might continue to make the same mistakes and wind up driving a Yugo
when you're sixty and eating Kibbles and Bits for supper. O.K., now I'm
rambling. I just want to say that the average person has just over 300,000
hours of life. It rushes by at the speed of light. Take a moment to stop,
take a deep breath, look around and be thankful for all you have. We're
not here to be observers, we're here to be participants.
The Bulldogs play Good Hope on Friday night. Do yourself a favor. Take
the kids and go out to the game. You'll see people you haven't seen in
years. You will also hopefully see the Dawgs spank Good Hope.
Also, please say a prayer for Jilda's mother who fell Tuesday and broke
her leg. She's at Princeton and recovering from the surgery.