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Monday, January 1, 2018

As you are making Christmas wish lists or New Year resolutions, a priceless item could be time.

For yourself, make the time to write a journal to reflect on where you are and where you want to be.  Determine and do.  Smile and go!

With your significant other, make t...

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Daily, Eric chimes “It’s almost Thanksgiving!”    Where did the time go?  It seems like just yesterday, we were preparing for Christmas 2016.

And, looking back to the previous year, there’s much to give thanks for. 

First, while Guam is an announced missil...

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

  Today is day 8 of surviving food poisoning or stomach flu or a combination.  My stomach and my back and my head and my muscles were in full concert. Their ambition was to have me chuck and churn whenever possible. Gas and nausea added fuel to the fire. The body was i...

Sunday, September 3, 2017

The 32nd Guam Legislature was holding a public hearing. A young mom bounced toward the front. “I’m breast feeding and, well, the reactions are troubling. I’ve spoken with other moms who share the struggles they have with breast feeding. Aunty Marie said you were the se...

Thursday, August 3, 2017

  Human behavior changes as social norms evolve. I remember walking the Fenway to get to campus. In the mid-70s, society made a decision through court action that skin color would not separate schools.  Integration shall occur. To keep the peace, that frequent walk to...

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

   “What a spectacular view!” Chele and Robert echoed. We were standing in the yard of a childhood home in UoG’s Dean’s Circle. This was when housing was provided to attract and retain faculty. The house then transformed into an early childhood center and currently, ho...

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

  Our island community has been hit with a tidal wave of unsettling situations.

   When people in position are accused of wrongdoing, we get uncomfortable. We get uncomfortable because there are certain beliefs we want to hang onto. One of those beliefs is that the one...

Friday, March 3, 2017

   We know that the minimum wage increase to $8.25 did not impact Guam's economy. Guam's unemployment rate decreased, inflation declined and the GDP increased. Our public school dropout rate decreased.

   There are a relatively small number of employees in the mini...

Monday, February 6, 2017

It’s always uplifting when something makes your heart smile.

Many of us were at Pop’s Bakery in the lovely village of Agat. Rossi was moving trays of freshly baked rolls onto the shelves. They sold out instantly. The person helping Rossi moved at a good pace. While we...

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

2017.  Holy smokes in the morning! I remember when writing 2000 was huge.  Now, peeking over our shoulders is 2020.

Our future this past year was hit by major earthquakes. From the church to the school system, the unquestionable were questioned.  Then, at 155 Hess...

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