Resolutions Reinforcements–#6

Neal Pollard "Who cares?" That is not necessarily an expression of apathy or scorn. All of us need to feel like we have people in our lives who care about us and our wellbeing. Such people should do more than offer positive reaffirmation and reassurance. We benefit from those who keep us honest and are … Continue reading Resolutions Reinforcements–#6

Resolutions Reinforcements—#5

Neal Pollard If this is not one of your resolutions, it is a part of all of them. It is almost a dirty word, if we ponder what it demands. “Self-control.” We call it will power, self-discipline, or restraint, but it invokes those difficult life principles like commitment, duty, and drive. It’s doing a little … Continue reading Resolutions Reinforcements—#5

Resolutions Reinforcements–#4

Neal Pollard Well, it has been nearly a week. Can you remember what your resolutions were? The holidays are over and you're back in your routine. Life happens and it can eclipse our view of the better self we intended to be. Hopefully, this can be a reminder to regroup and maybe rededicate yourself to … Continue reading Resolutions Reinforcements–#4

The Ambition Of A Burmese Python In The Everglades

Neal Pollard No, I have not gone geographically goofy! It'll take more than a sack lunch to go from Florida to southern Asia, but because some pet owners have deposited their no-longer-wanted pythons into the Everglade Swamp there have arisen some interesting ecological dilemmas. The most spectacular one I have seen had pictorial documentation to … Continue reading The Ambition Of A Burmese Python In The Everglades