Posts by John1955 4
Several years ago one of my granddaughters, who was quite young at the time struck up a deal with me.I told her that ever time she made first honor roll in school that I would pay her five dollars for each “A” she made.So the first time she brought in her report card she had made first honor roll which included six A's.So I pay her $30.This happened over several six weeks periods.Then one day she came home and she had made second honor roll because she had only made five A's and one
I apologize for giving a personal story, I hope it helps motivate someone to reach their goal.A little over 13 years ago we had a beautiful granddaughter born into our family. She was little and look very normal, but shortly after her birth; he was on a medical air flight headed for Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. A few days after her birth she had to have open heart surgery. After many test they discovered that she had multiple deletions in chromosome 6. They did not expect her
Everyone procrastinates sometimes, somewhere around 20 percent of people consistently avoid perceived difficult tasks and look for reasons to do them later. Procrastination shows mans struggle with the inability to be able to know fully understand the importance of the moment. “I love deadlines,” Douglas Adams (A noted Author) once wrote. “I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” To those who are sometimes tempted by temptation to put off completing a task t
June 17, 2016
I know absolutely nothing about building a website, so with me it takes the help of everyone that is willing to help.So far I have not been disappointed at all. Those that I have come in contact with have been extremely nice and more than helpful.I make a lot of mistakes through trial and error, because I can read all of the helps that are available and until I start working through them one step at a time, and ai my pace I seem to never get it done.The good thing about this program is that it