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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Don’t Turn Back

There’s no doubt about it, I am my father’s daughter. We’re both stubborn, known for our signature walks, and, above all else, we can’t sit still. My wonderful mother tries to counter this need for constant movement through what she … Continue reading

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Venturing West

This past Friday, a pickup truck packed with 3 guys, a tent, 20 pounds of trail mix, and a map bumped along Hwy 96 headed for Colorado.  For the first time in my life, I was headed out to the … Continue reading

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The Race

“The real purpose of running isn’t to win the race, it’s to test the human heart”- Bill Bowerman  If there is one thing that you know about me, it’s that I do not like to lose. Especially on a summer … Continue reading

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The Servant Heart

Servant leadership; a term that I have heard quite a bit throughout my time in FFA. I remember being asked how I demonstrated servant leadership in one of my chapter officer interviews. I was taken back by the question. At … Continue reading

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Opportunity

“Opportunity dances with those already on the dance floor.” –H. Jackson Brown, Jr.                                        It is hard for me to believe that … Continue reading

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