I am the first to admit that having Thanksgiving dinner on Halloween is, well, weird. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, so now I get to celebrate it twice. It is always wonderful to have family from out-of-town to gather in thanks over quality time and good food, even though I’m now a vegetarian and gluten-free. As we sat
Halloween parties are like movies: they are guaranteed to be entertaining. As adults dress up in costumes and pretend to be someone they are not, something wonderful happens. Guards are let down and a good laugh is had. Laughter is the root of open learning, and learning is a treasure that will follow its owner anywhere.
Sometimes I wish I was still a kid. Kids know who their heros are and they don’t forget about them. They spend their afternoons pretending to be them, their Halloweens dressing up as them, and their dreams to become them. A hero is nothing more than a great leader; leadership starts with just a little love and