It’s Not Just Lightning Bolts

The first Father’s Day was recognized on July 19, 1910 in the state of Washington. The day didn’t become a nationwide holiday until 1972, 58 years after President Woodrow Wilson signed to make Mother’s Da...

Celebrating Mothers

Throughout history the physical strength of men is well-documented. There’s the story of Atlas and his strong shoulders. Hercules and his Twelve Labours. But more impressive than the feats of physical vigor a...

JR Rider. Who?

In an interview with famed author Stephen King, he was once asked, “How do you write?” King’s reply was, “One word at a time.” At face value, King’s answer may seem a bit snarky. But take a minut...

There’s a Month For That

The month of February is best known for Valentine’s Day and the celebration of African-American History. But while I was doing a little research, I discovered a lengthy list of things recognized in February. ...

The Follow-Through

Well, 2014 is here. A new year presents a clean slate for us to change, or build on things, from the previous year. Each year I make a few resolutions that I’m confident I’ll keep and usually by March, I’...