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Don’t judge a book by it’s cover

jeff noel Disney Speaker on training run


We let our guard down and pay the price. Yesterday’s 75-minute run didn’t begin until 11am. Shoulders sunburned. Covered in bugs.

And then as luck would have it during the cool down walk on our street, got to meet our future neighbors for the first time. Sweaty, bug ridden, shirtless. We never get a second chance to make a good first impression.


The antidote to “poor timing” is simple – a joyful, joy-filled spirit.

It never fails.

What’s on the inside is far more visible than what’s on the outside.

Kamar and Anita could see it clearly.

Be the change.

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A huge metaphor for what happens with unexpected death

a different kind of wakeup call from a different kind of death


Yesterday’s post is a huge metaphor for what happens with unexpected death. We say goodbye – with things left unsaid, undone, and hopes never realized.

The good news is no one physically lost their life. The bad news, we may never see Bobbye and Harry again.

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