Ever have one of those days when your back and hips feel a little more stiff than usual? Me too. Yesterday was one of them. My son and I played mini golf at Evie's, and since they also have a full driving range, I decided to hit a bucket of balls before we left. Even though I'm not a huge golfer, it sure did feel good to swing the club and hit a few good balls. Until about 3 hours later.. After we got home, I felt some...Read more
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As I was opening my computer to begin writing today's newsletter, I saw an article about the death of sports legend Roger Bannister. Bannister, while surrounded by his family, died peacefully in Oxford England yesterday (3/3) at age 88. As you may already know, for nearly 64 years, Bannister lived as one of the most famous athletes of all time for one single accomplishment- he was the first man ever to run a mile in under 4 minutes. This accomplishment has a pretty...Read more
My son and I just got back from seeing a spectacular performance at the Sarasota Circus. We saw trapeze artists, jugglers, strong men, and even a couple that could change outfits under a towel in about 2 seconds flat. It was AMAZING! Every year I am blown away by the incredible display of talent they have and I always leave inspired. This year however, I was inspired for a different reason- I saw two performers make mistakes and try their trick again. Odd thing to be...Read more
Hey my friend! I love writing about new and exciting health discoveries, but today I have something slightly different to share. I witnessed something recently that has changed my life. Since it has to do with healing, and since the story is too cool not to share, I decided to devote today’s newsletter to it. You’ll be glad you read every word, trust me. What Started As A Weekend Getaway... Every January, members of our church and other believers from across the state gather at Wekiwa Springs State Park and...Read more
As I was thinking about the big game tonight I was reminded of a former client of mine who passed away last spring. His name was Bill Cox and prior to going to work full time for the US Government, he played 3 seasons of professional football for the Washington Redskins in the 1950's.
Bill used to tell me stories about what it was like to play back in the "leather helmet" days. He told me about fractured skulls, dislocated shoulders, severely...Read more