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First Job Fears

There are those certain transitions in your life that change who you are, where you are, what you do… Ok let’s just say pretty much everything. 603 more words

My Son, His Basketball, My World:

By: Carolyn Coleman

A father’s pride and a mother’s joy. The birth a male child speaks to lineage, longevity and perceived success. As soon as he breaks the womb into this world the dreams start to rise. 256 more words

Brockton Hospital

The Journey: Change


In all seriousness, America is different. One would think that the United States would be ever so similar to Canada but as I have now found out, such is not the case. 227 more words


Bonding time!

Jim and Sydney are one of our three Father/Daughter duos. What better way to bond AND be healthy?? Parents, get your kids in with you before they get too old. 6 more words

The "Crew" Crew

Yes, you are seeing this picture correctly. Two boys throwing me into the water. If you look at my hand it’s on its way to plugging my nose (yet still I got water up my nose). 427 more words


In the Game Prep Spotlight : McKenzie Collins

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – McKenzie Collins is serving up success on the court and in the classroom at Savannah Arts Academy.

The rising junior shines on the Panthers tennis team, but she also knows the importance of hitting the books. 303 more words


Ashley's Story: Finding Myself Through Coaching

The SAMHI Champion Series features the stories and experiences of Canadian student-athletes. This is a guest post from former student-athlete and lead assistant coach for Guelph Women’s Basketball, Ashley MacSporran. 1,680 more words