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Tag Archives: bravery
Line in the Sand, or Footprints?
“What is the bravest/scariest thing you have ever done?” This is a hard one, as I thought of myself as a coward most of my life. However, I have come to realize that there are a few things that I … Continue reading
Posted in advice, America, battles, blessings, decisions, experiences, Family, Life, memories, Miscellaneous, new skills, Random thoughts, shyness, Tonette Joyce, villains Tagged Being strong, being strong for others, Blessed are the peacemakers, bravery, breaking up fights, Caring for others, facing problems, Footprints in the Sand 9 Comments
Confessions of a Space-Chicken
This week, one of the foxes asked, “Would you travel to the Moon or Mars (assuming you could return)? Growing up, I loved to watch Star Trek on TV. Then the movies came out and I enjoyed several of them. … Continue reading
Posted in Travel, What if Tagged All Summer in a Day, bravery, Mars, Ray Bradbury, Space travel, Star Trek, Star Wars, technology, teleportation 10 Comments
Don’t blame me, I’m only the class monitor
By Jeff Salter It wasn’t exactly David vs. Goliath, but that gives you a sense of how it seemed to me. This week we’re blogging about a time when we acted bravely even though we were scared inside. Well, I … Continue reading
Posted in childhood, Jeff Salter, Life, Miscellaneous, Random thoughts, writing, youth Tagged bravery, bully, class monitor, David vs. Goliath, discipline, duty, fear, frog, misbehavior, P.E., punishment, school days, seventh grade, teacher absent 10 Comments
Bravery or Stupidity Facing Unpleasant Consequences?
This week we are suppose to talk about a time when we acted bravely, but were really scared inside. (Unless I looked at the wrong week, and then…oh well.) I am completely, and totally drawing a blank on this one. … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellaneous Tagged baton twirling, bravery, clarinet, junior high, solo, stupidity 8 Comments