I witnessed in this single event a union of extremely diverse people who, during those five hours, spoke and understood a single common language where race, religion, gender, politics, age, sexual preference, culture, disability, income class, and body type didn’t matter.
No TV show can compete with the words that come out of your parents’ mouths. That is why it is so important to be impeccable with your words and actions.
Published on CCNMagazine.com – Ask Coach Bx December 11, 2009 There continues to be a buzz about infidelity and why men cheat. This is not surprising after the hottest story broke in the tabloids most recently. Though I no longer watch television and very rarely know what is going on in the tabloids, nor do […]
Published on MilwaukeeMoms.com – Coach Bx’s Candid Corner Dec. 22, 2009 The airport was quite the popular place yesterday. There were lines behind lines of travelers awaiting service from four airline reservation agents. One line was shorter than the rest and so I chose to stand in that line with my niece. As we were […]
Published on MilwaukeeMoms.com – Coach Bx’s Candid Corner Jan. 14, 2010 Right before Christmas, I was stunned to discover that an acquaintance had drowned to death while vacationing in India. He was only 29 years old. I did not know him well, but I knew we shared a similar vision, mission and zest for life. […]