Pre-emergent. Applying this treatment to my lawn is supposed to stop weeds before they appear. Pre-emergent is about thinking ahead. It is about confronting the weeds that are lurking below the surface before they blossom. My attention to my lawn now will avoid headaches later. If I do not do something, weeds will pop up…
Perhaps my experience will remind you, too, of the tremendous value of the relationships with our partners; and how their presence remains a constant, no matter the challenges we face.
As a licensed attorney I must attend continuing education classes every year. While these classes are intended to keep me informed about the latest developments in my own area of practice, they can also be occasions to visit areas of the law where I do not regularly practice. The sessions are opportunities to refresh my…
Be There Dad has consistently promised not to take a side on political matters. However, we have consistently pledged to support and encourage the core values of our dads and their families – what it means to be an American and how to respect others.
The holidays. A season when there seems to never be enough time to get everything accomplished. Most of us are busying looking for just the right gifts while we try to spend time with the ones we love. I wonder if those two objectives can come together. Maybe this Christmas, the best gift we can give is our time
Those who know me and “Coach Jeff” will affirm that I see the glass half full. Many of you would go further and suggest that my glass is overflowing with optimism. I often say, “I have pitched my tent in the land of hope.” Acts 2:26. But in the year of 2020, even I have wondered how we keep up that optimism.
When I became a coach, I taught my youth soccer team the same concept. Spread the field. Keep your spacing. Don’t get too close to each other. Spacing is critical to success in basketball, as well – on both ends of the court.
As we look forward to 2020, Be There Dad understands that our success depends on our willingness to believe. We will continue to believe what the data, research and our own experiences have shown us – that the power of presence works.
The holidays are approaching, so soon most of us will gather with family and friends around dinner tables where we have gathered many times before. As I look forward to our own traditions, I am reminded of the impact those gatherings can have.
Fifty years later, it is time to look for another challenge. Another “possibility” that can make us the best. In Charlotte, one of those challenges is literacy.