Just purchased my tickets to this years FireFly festival in Dover, Delaware. Couldn’t be more excited! I love summer festivals where the weather is nice and everyone is enjoying themselves. Here is a preview for some of the artists that will be in attendance. Oh I forgot, can’t wait to camp in the woods! Although, I don’t know how my roommates will handle the wilderness.
“Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face”
“The only mistake not worth making is the one from which you learn nothing”
These two quotes are different, however similiar. The first quote by Mike Tyson, is a literal quote. We should always be prepared for the worst. I’ve never been punched in the face, but it probably ruins your day. The second quote is one of my favorites. I believe we can learn from failure. It helps us grow and mature mentally. Therefore, we should always be ready for plan B because you never know when you’re going to be punched in the face. And if you don’t have a plan B, then you better learn from you’re mistake because you don’t want to be lying on the ground having people yell worldstar at you.
Great piece on a person who made life brighter for others.
By Jason Keidel
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During the NFL’s golden years, Pat Summerall was its golden voice.
The baritone bard of the NFL for nearly 40 years, Summerall nursed an entire generation into the card-carrying, frothing football maniacs we’ve become. His broadcasting career was so distinguished that you’d never know he actually played the very game he framed from the booth in pitch-perfect harmony.
Like many of you, I was reared on football, proudly branding myself a Bradshaw Baby. I was weaned on Mean Joe Greene, viewing the game from my dad’s lap until we both learned to sprawl across a couch every Sunday; the living room our de facto church, the television our altar.
There are certain voices, microphone monoliths, who stick to a sport tighter than the uniforms. And while he did a divine job calling golf and tennis, Summerall is football, one of a small cadre of…
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