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Look For A New Angle

So much news, so little information. That’s how I feel about the current situation we’re all dealing with right now. My day is filled with text messages, emails, phone calls, video calls, meetings and the news is playing 24/7 from somewhere all talking about the Coronavirus. Heck, even my personalized podcast now has a brief … Continue reading Look For A New Angle

Shame On Us

Shame on you agriculture!! That’s right, shame on you. Now, I’m not talking about all of us but a few of my brothers and sisters who are directly involved in production agriculture have lost sight of the big picture. They have failed to look past their own gate and see what every city, state and … Continue reading Shame On Us

Don’t Let School Get In The Way Of Education!

We each have an idea of what a “real” education is. That idea may have been wisdom passed on to us by an old timer, acquired inside a traditional classroom or laboratory, gained while working on a job or maybe we just got an education the hard way. Education is officially described as the act … Continue reading Don’t Let School Get In The Way Of Education!

Unplug

Have you tried unplugging it and then plugging it back in?” We’ve all been there, right? Term paper is due. Client wants their edited pictures now. The season finale of your favorite show is stuck at 80% loaded and Twitter is rife with spoilers. You promised your boss that you’d take care of that thing … Continue reading Unplug

It’s More Than Just a Jacket

As many of you may know, this week is National FFA Week. FFA.org describes the FFA Organization as a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. It develops members’ potential and helps them discover their talent through hands-on experiences, which give members … Continue reading It’s More Than Just a Jacket

Controlled Silence & “Man Cards”

Before we get to this week’s blog, let me give you a little insight into how the Tell Someone I Love You Today blog happens. Many professional and fancy blogophiles have a centered audience and theme. As you’ve probably noticed by now, I don’t. One week is about ranching and the next is about living … Continue reading Controlled Silence & “Man Cards”