Monthly Archives: June 2014

ROAD TO NOWHERE

I’m freezing. It’s gotta be below zero. Prospect Park, a little after midnight. The park bench all alone. Sitting here thinking of what to do next? I have a pair of wet gloves on. Three shirts, a black leather bomber, … Continue reading

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SAD NEWS

I was informed today that Jerry Simonelli passed away… Keep the family in your thoughts and prayers.

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DID HEAVEN HELP US?

As a parent and a high school basketball coach, I often find myself in the position of correcting someone. Whether it’s a player on my team or my 15 year-old daughter. I have learned in the year 2014, my approach … Continue reading

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OH CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAIN!

Many readers of the blog attended Holy Name of Jesus. (For the ones who did not, you can play too). I want to know the most inspiring teacher that you ever had? I will start. 5th grade – Mr. Mussa. … Continue reading

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A FATHERLESS, FATHER

Today is Father’s Day. I had so many people wish me a happy father’s day and I did the same. Reaching out to many friends who are fathers, it’s a special day for sure. The stories these men have told … Continue reading

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DAVE THE RAVE

My childhood friend, Dave Cullen needs help. The youngest Cullen, formerly of 175 Windsor Place lost everything in an apartment fire. Dave can be found on Facebook. FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – Firefighters with ladders rescued six residents from balconies at … Continue reading

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YO, LEFTY

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