s the regular baseball season comes to a close, a legend in baseball is retiring.
Forty-year-old Derek Jeter is retiring as the starting shortstop of the New York Yankees. Jeter has been the most consistent performer for the Yankees since 1996. He has anchored five World Series championship teams and has helped the Yankees to be a perennial playoff team.
“The Maze Runner” offers a familiar film scenario.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world full of secrets and lies, teenagers must battle their way to some sort of resolution or freedom. A dystopian society is in control and, somehow, teenagers out to prove they are different have to help change the world they know.
One of my family’s favorite films is “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” I can’t even tell you how many times we’ve seen it over the years, but it never gets old. In fact, my dad even had one of Indy’s trademark brown fedoras. My brother has it now.
This month has been busy. Like busy-busy. Like so busy there are days when I don’t stop until bed and even then I lie there thinking about what tasks I didn’t finish or what I can do to optimize the next day’s agenda.