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The Student Has Become the Master

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Recently, my father and step-mother came for a visit. We enjoyed seven days of catching up and making new memories. However, my favorite moment of the week came when my father sat down to play a game of chess with my eleven-year-old, Peyton.    Over the past few months, Peyton has not just learned to play chess, but discovered that he has a talent for it and truly enjoys the mental challenge it provides. He and I have played a handful of games together and I have seen him...

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Posted by Greg Robinson
Categories: Good Reminders

Why Can't My Kid Remember to Wear Pants!

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My youngest son, Parker, is one of the easiest going third graders you will ever find in this world. Nothing phases the kid. He walks around with a permanent smile and not a care in the world. While this nonchalant attitude is awesome, it does have a down side. To put it mildly, he's not very detail oriented. To be blunt, he can be a bit of an airhead! (Of course that comes from his mom's side of the family!)   One of my favorite Parker memories comes from a couple of years ago, when...

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Posted by Greg Robinson
Categories: Good Reminders

Yes, I'm a Middle-Aged Man Who Still Falls Off His Bicycle

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Quick editorial note: I wrote the following article about a year ago, but since Spring has arrived and I have once again taken to riding my bicycle, I thought it pertinent that I remember what happened the last time I attempted such a thing. Enjoy!   With the first few peeks of Spring we've had this week, my family and I took advantage of the gorgeous weather (while it lasted) and spent some time outdoors. Our boys have really been itching to get back on their bikes, and we just...

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Posted by Greg Robinson
Categories: Pride

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