YMCA deserves praise for providing housing
When you think of the YMCA, people getting plenty of exercise likely come to mind. There are Y members lifting barbells in the weight room, playing basketball games on the court and swimming laps in the pool. It's been that way for decades, with theContinued ...
Same old routine? Why change?
Like many people, I tend to be a creature of habit. I sleep on my right side and wake up the same way. My breakfast table has been set the night before with a banana in place. Half for me and the other half for my wife. But before breakfast, gotta geContinued ...
Survival of the fittest hits home
Back in high school, all the guys wanted to be like Charlie. He was the All-American boy, captain of the football team, a three-sport star, "couldn't-do-anything-wrong" sort of fellow who had the world by the tail and wouldn't let go. You know the guContinued ...
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