Posts tagged "perspective"

Live Bears Game at Soldier Field—A Mixed Bag

Live Bears Game at Soldier Field—A Mixed Bag
I attended my second ever Bears game at Soldier Field yesterday afternoon due to a gracious invite from dear friends. And, SO much of the day was FABULOUS! The Soul to Soul Perspective always relishes the whole experience recognizing that on some level I put myself there and that in and of itself nothing is either... Read more »

Another Costco Run—Necessary or Superfluous—YOU Decide

Another Costco Run—Necessary or Superfluous—YOU Decide
Are your weeks filled to the brim? Is “I’m just so busy!” a common utterance from your mouth? Do you ever leave yet another coffee klatch feeling unfulfilled? If the answer is a resounding YES to any or all of those questions, you are not alone. In the modern world, many of us seem to... Read more »

Travel Sports: Passion or Business, Democracy or Dictatorship

Travel Sports: Passion or Business, Democracy or Dictatorship
Travel Sports have caused much discussion in our home as of late. On the one hand, there is appreciation that two of our three children are able to participate in what many around the country, not to mention the world, would consider a “luxury” at best and “ridiculous” at worst. On the other hand, I... Read more »
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Burglar's Attempt at Soul to Soul Falls Short

Burglar's Attempt at Soul to Soul Falls Short
Today on page six of the Chicago Tribune I read an article that at once made me smile while at the same time made me shake my head in sadness at some chosen human behavior. A burglar robs a house in Skokie and as he does so, he profusely apologizes for his actions saying that... Read more »