We want to create channels of communication so that the kids feel comfortable talking about personal issues. That way we have a better shot to get them the help they need.
I just wanted to try it and now we like it and it's a tradition.
I find it hard to believe that somebody is going to just, on a whim, throw somebody out.
I don't think it's part of any vast sexist conspiracy I just think it's inertia.
In a market where you have five parcels of viable land next to your site, it can be a problem having no opposition.
The real fix is connecting with kids.
He's still Phil, and we love him. He was an important part of our congregation and one of the things we need to do is make sure we communicate to him that he's still a part of the congregation - regardless of what's happened.
We're going to have a ribbon-cutting and a new showing of the new cars.
We certainly don't think there is a conspiracy. But at some point along the way, the project lost some money.
We didn't know that he had bi-polar but it's true of anyone with mental health issues that when they're being managed, they do not talk about it. So it caught all of us by surprise. But when we look back on it, his behavior did change. It became erratic.
We're stronger than we think.