I thought about my own childhood, and how it’s nice to know kids are still drawn to digging in the dirt.
Being bored is the catalyst to all creativity.
You wait on the catcher to make the call, the pitcher to select a pitch, you wait as the ball hangs in the air over the outfielders with plenty of time to wonder, “Will he catch it?”
What happens when a 3-year-old finds a heart-shaped rock and dubs it, “The Power of Love?”
Do whatever it takes to learn to listen like Jeff.
They said dance like no one’s watching, so I did.
Nothing you are doing, save putting food in their bellies, a roof over their head or love in their heart, is more important that partaking in this celebration of strangeness — especially if you consider yourself an artist of any type.
One father’s struggle to let his son play the sport he loves.
What can we learn from our fury family members?
Taking things slow still has value for the young.
Most people aren’t mean. They are just ignorant. Tell them to read.
Superstitions are weird, especially in the world of high school soccer.