Monthly Archives: July 2013

What Does Working on the Work (W.O.W) Mean to You?

What would be my response to someone who would ask, “What does Working on the Work mean to you?” It means students are engaged and teachers are honored. Students are engaged when they learn in an environment in which their … Continue reading

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Earthview From 900M Miles Away

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FM 1387 Update

The latest news (July 18, 2013) on the FM 1387 road project from The City of Midlothian is that the project is within budget and that it will be substantially complete by the time Midlothian Heritage High School opens in … Continue reading

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The Desire to be Great

In his book , Training Camp: A Fable About Excellence, Jon Gordon shares a story about a rookie football player in an National Football League (NFL) training camp. The well-respected offensive line coach – a hall of fame NFL player and … Continue reading

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By My Side

A Sunday or so ago, a pastor spoke of  a story from the book, “The Dance of Hope,” by William C. Frey. I purchased the book, read the story, and now I share it with you. __________ The author recalled that … Continue reading

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“Mama, is she a princess?”

At the Dallas Arboretum, young women pose for photographs in their quinceanera dresses. Recently, at the Arboretum I overheard an exchange between a child and his mother after he saw a young lady in her special dress. He asked, “Mama, … Continue reading

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