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Happy Memorial Day!
I’ll keep this short and sweet, since I know you’re all enjoying what’s left of your super-sized weekend.
Happy Memorial Day Weekend!
This unofficial beginning of summer offers a chance to kick back, relax, and have some fun. For some of us, that’s easier said than done. After all, a three-day weekend just means that next week you’ll only have four days to do five days worth of work…and I’m going to stop you right there. Read the rest of this entry
A long time ago, but also not so long ago…it really depends on how you look at it…40 years ago in this galaxy, an unlikely hero, an asthmatic astronaut, a space cowboy, a space bear(?), and a princess with an iconic hairdo took over the multiplexes of the world.
If you followed that, then you probably already know what today is, but for the rest of you — it’s the 40th anniversary of “Star Wars.” Read the rest of this entry
It’s one of those days where we could all use a little more light and hope. Our thoughts and prayers at the 2WC go out to all those impacted by yesterday’s attack in Manchester.
While the horror of yesterday’s act of cowardice has been and will continue to be replayed, we could all use a reminder of the good that humanity is capable of. Moments like this are defined not by those who commit an act of terror, but by how the impacted community responds. Manchester has demonstrated the strength and love of their community.
To balance out the fear and ignorance behind attacks like these, here’s a few reminders of the good people who stepped up. Read the rest of this entry
Happy Sunday, fellow crusaders! Graduation season is officially upon us, which has many of us thinking about new beginnings. So, in the spirit of the season, I’m declaring this a graduation Sunday Funday!
To the class of 2017, congratulations! I know you’ve been getting a lot of unsolicited advice recently (and are in for a lot more), so instead of piling more on I thought I’d let this week’s Sunday Funday videos do it for me.
So relax, take a deep breath, and enjoy your accomplishments for a few minutes… Read the rest of this entry