A Perspective On Life’s Storms – Laura Dekker – Todd Stocker.com

I recently watched a documentary called “Maidentrip” in which 14 year-old Laura Dekker spent 18 months sailing around the world.  Here’s the kicker.  She did it alone.   She comes from a family that basically lives on the water so her skills and abilities were heartily grounded.  Yet, to take on a trip like this... Continue Reading →

Why Everyone Should See The New Cinderella Movie

I took my 18 year old daughter to see Disney’s latest rendition of the classic story, “Cinderella.” Expecting the theater to be filled with little children and moms, I was surprised to see that most of the audience were adults, men and women alike. There is a reason for that. The movie is epic, in my humble opinion, and would be wasted on little kids. Yes, go see it if you haven't!

Perception

Perception is everything. Dogs look at their owners and say, “You love me, you shelter me, you feed me, therefore you must be God!” Cats look at their owners and say, “You love me, you shelter me, you feed me, therefore I must be God!” How is it that two people can experience the same... Continue Reading →

The Minnesotan-Jamaican Attitude

There's a Superbowl commercial slated for this year’s commercial roster that is getting quite a buzz.  I’ll spare you the controversy, but basically it’s about a Minnesotan whose attitude has been completely changed because he bought and now drives a Volkswagen. His now positive attitude plays out in a casual Jamaican accent which for Americans... Continue Reading →

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