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Author: Greenyx Publishing
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Author: Greenyx Publishing
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Author: Greenyx Publishing
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Author: Greenyx Publishing
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Author: Greenyx Publishing
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“ Mom has good taste . ... Later , a Dallas defensive lineman stripped the ball and Dallas recovered . ... When I spiked my foam football , Mom clapped .
Author: Sherri Szeman
Publisher: Arcade Publishing
This riveting new novel is about a woman and a family pushed to the brink of destruction by a fatal disease and facing that most difficult question: How far can you go in the name of love?
Mom hadn't come along, he gave me the same line she had the day before, ... There we were, the two of us, trying to convince her I was good at football.
Author: T. Church
An excerpt from Where The Heart Lies- We had become a big festering boil on the rear of the state of California. Government charity seemed to reach far and appeared never ending. I wish the politicians could have seen what they had helped my parents to do-what they had helped many drug addicts do. Money that was supposed to feed needy families, fed needs all right; it fed a need for speed. I don't mean going fast, either. Speed is slang for amphetamines, crank, meth, crystal, crack-you name it. It was called a million different things. If my parents weren't slamming heroin, they were snorting speed. It was almost popular! All my uncles, and everyone else who came around our house, talked about speed. Apparently, it was cheaper than other drugs, and it lasted longer. Great, give them something they could buy more of, that would keep them going longer, so the cycle never ends.
I grew up as an only child “deep in the heart of Texas,” the adopted son of a commercial electrician and a homemaker. My mom, a Type 2 (the Supportive ...
Author: Beth McCord
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
How Christian couples can understand their personality types—and build a more powerful bond of love. He doesn't listen to me . . . I don't understand her . . . Why do we keep having the same fight? If you’ve ever felt baffled by the person you married, join Enneagram Coach Beth McCord and her husband, Pastor Jeff McCord, as they pull back the curtain to reveal why you and your spouse behave in different ways. Applying the Enneagram through the lens of the gospel, they provide practical steps, insights, and tools to better understand yourself and each other. This book will help you: Answer the question, “Why do they do that?” Stop committing “assumicide” about each other’s motives and dramatically improve your communication Relate to your spouse in ways they actually understand Awaken a tired marriage that feels like it’s on cruise control Defuse conflict before it starts, especially the same old “dance” Enjoy your spouse again, even if you’ve loved each other for years! Whether you’re preparing for marriage or celebrating a fiftieth anniversary, Becoming Us will revolutionize the way you understand yourself and your spouse, and transform your marriage into the powerful, loving, and satisfying relationship that God intended. “An insightful resource for those who want to understand themselves, their spouse, and their marriage through the lens of faith and the tool of the Enneagram.” —Ian Morgan Cron, Enneagram expert and author of The Road Back to You
My Mother's Story Susan Hickenlooper ... He crossed the goal line holding the football high in upstretched arms as the bleachers erupted in a frenzy of ...
Author: Susan Hickenlooper
Maxine Noe is a precocious child with a vivid imagination and a decided flair for the dramatic. They are traits that serve the young vagabond well, moving about as she does with her single mother during the 1920s. When her mother lands a job, in 1930, as a cook in a miners' hotel in a small, company owned mining camp, ten-year-old Maxine finds both the security she craves and the perfect backdrop for more adventure. Tucked away in Utah's "Castle Country"-so named because of the area's castle-like rock formations-the little town of Kenilworth was given its name by an early immigrant miner who saw in its rugged, towering outcrops the old and crumbling castle Kenilworth in his native England. The town's colorful history, magical setting, and diverse residents provide a rich environment for a young girl coming of age, and color as well the challenges, sorrows, and triumphs that shape the little town's life. This is a true story of hardship, tragedy, and love. The events of Maxine's young life portray both the fragility and tenacity of family; and the castle hills that shelter her nourish her dreams and steel her character for the challenges she will surely meet beyond their rugged walls.
The Twenty-Two Greatest Penn State Football Victories of Our Lives Ryan Murphy ... Dozier running the ball past the goal line for the game-winning touchdown ...
Author: Ryan Murphy
Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.
With each win, the victory bell rings for Penn State football. Ring The Bell captures the 22 greatest victories of the past four decades--remembering the greatest players, reliving the greatest plays, recalling the greatest opponents. The stories you've heard told and the stories you've shared with others all can be found in this one thrilling volume of Penn State history.
This is another one of those stories from my mother's childhood that tears at my heart. Really, to have to deal with something as big as this all on her own ...
Author: Missy Franklin
What does it take to become a champion? Gold medalist Missy Franklin, along with her parents, D.A. and Dick, tell the inspirational and heartwarming story of how Missy became both a legendary athlete and a happy and confident woman, something they accomplished by doing things their own way and making the right choices for their family. The word relentless has many meanings for swimmer Missy Franklin. In the pool, it reminds her to remain steady and persistent, unyielding in intensity and strength. In life, it tells her to reach down for her very best, even when it feels like there’s nothing left. The motto “don’t quit” doesn’t do it for Missy, but relentless gets her where she needs to be. And when Missy faces a challenge or a setback, her relentless spirit is what empowers her to learn, adapt, and move forward into the future. In Relentless Spirit, Missy and her parents, D.A. and Dick Franklin, share the story of how Missy became the athlete she is today, a six-time Olympic medalist, five of them gold. Since her Olympic debut in London’s 2012 games—when Missy was just seventeen—people who have met the Franklins or seen them on TV have wondered what it was like to raise such a champion. What was the training like? How did Missy handle school? How did the family find the right facilities, coaches, and support network? The story that Missy, and her parents, share inside is both inspiring and heartwarming, explaining how she became both a legendary athlete and a happy and confident woman, something they accomplished by doing things their own way and making the right choices for their family, which includes Missy’s faith journey, something she writes about with inspirational candor. Including the highs, the tough moments, and everything in-between, Relentless Spirit tells the story of a woman—and a family—full of love, heart, faith, and resilience.
... I've never shed a tear in my life she stares at me the nylon net over her ... feel my heart throb I imagine the rubber soccer ball mother bought for me ...
Author: Christine Stark
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
Nickels follows a biracial girl named "Little Miss So and So," from age 4-1/2 into adulthood. Told in a series of prose poems, Nickels' lyrical and inventive language conveys the dissociative states born of a world formed by persistent and brutal incest and homophobia.The dissociative states enable the child's survival and, ultimately, the adult's healing. The story is both heartbreaking and triumphant.
When I was fourteen Homer's junior varsity football team hosted the Ruston ... Ijumped with arms and hands outstretched and managed to catch the ball, ...
Author: John Randall Tabor
JOHN RANDALL TABOR grew up in north Louisiana in the town of Homer. In 1962 he earned a bachelor’s degree in English education at Louisiana Tech. In 1968 he was awarded a master’s degree in journalism from Louisiana State University. For thirty-three years he taught English composition and news writing at LSU in Shreveport, where he also was director of information services and director of alumni affairs. In addition, Tabor was president of the Ark-La-Tex chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi. From 2002–2003 he wrote a weekly column for The (Homer) Guardian-Journal newspaper and throughout his career he has published a number of feature articles, one of which won first place at the Deep South Writers Conference. He currently lives in the village of Bethany, Louisiana, where he is working on a novel, The Glorious Weight of the Noonday Sun.
All I remember is my mother dropping me off and my mother picking me up. ... went back into the huddle, but when the rest of the guys went up to the line of ...
Author: Ron Ingram
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
It's been said that the No. 1 religion in Alabama is not Christianity-although this is the Bible Belt-but rather football. If their sons aren't born carrying a football, fathers are giving them one straight out of the womb. Intelligently delivered by Alabama sportswriters Ron Ingram and Rubin E. Grant, Tales from Alabama Prep Football captures the aura that is Alabama football while painting each page with the state's prep-pigskin history.This love affair with football hits its zenith at the college level because of Alabama and Auburn, but on Friday nights at high schools across the state, football also reaches a pinnacle. It was during high school that players such as Bo Jackson, Pat Sullivan, Bobby Bowden, Bart Starr, John Hannah, Kenny Stabler, Pat Trammell, Terrell "T.O." Owens, and Carnell "Cadillac" Williams-to name but a few-began their ascent to stardom.In Tales from Alabama Prep Football, the stories of the state's rich high school football tradition will be detailed by coaching legends and gridiron greats, from family ties to dynasties and rivalries. Memorable games and performances also adorn this comprehensive collection of Alabama football, creating a history of origins for the state's football sons. Tales from Alabama Prep Football takes us into a state where football is king, making this volume a staple for any true Alabamian.
“Yes,” Mom nodded, “Brantley, I think that you should go to college. ... My goodness... you're walking a fine line between graduating in May and spending ...
Author: Aiken A. Brown
In a Brothers Eyes: the Brant McLachlan Story (2005) introduced us to a small town in Mississippi and a family so relatable that they became part of our own. We were captivated by Brants charm, drive, personality and his relationship with his life-long love. His Heart I Hold is a unique love story that explores not only the strength of the human spirit and the fragility of the human heart, but the definition of love itself. Jennifer and Christians story is one of love born of tragedy. When Brants life was cut tragically short, Jennifer lost her husband, and Christian lost his brother. They never imagined falling in love, but, as they navigated their way through shared loss, a friendship caught fire, and while Jennifer struggled with the idea that she could ever love another, Christian battled deep feelings of betrayal. Together, they learned lessons of selflessness, loyalty, respect, empathy and understanding that helped them ultimately define love and the beauty of its complexities, while realizing one common truth its his heart they hold. Its been a decade since they told us Brants story, now Jennifer and Christian McLachlan share their story in their own words.
“ Well , I was thinking : If I don't win , my mother will still love me . ... victories when the football hero crosses the line , smashes the ball down on ...
Author: Paul Faulkner
Publisher: Howard Books
Raising a family with Christian values.
The heart of the game John Giles ... 'get on the ball'. ... Then Cantwell led us out alongside the Swedes, to line up and to shake hands with President ...
Author: John Giles
Publisher: Hachette UK
'The dream was football . . .' John Giles had a gift. At the age of three, he could kick a ball the way it was supposed to be kicked. And he knew that every hour that passed without kicking a ball was an hour wasted. 'It was the same dream that most of the kids had at that time . . .' In A Football Man, Giles tells the story of a dream pursued and realised beyond his wildest imaginings, from his humble beginnings in Ormond Square in 1940s' Dublin,counting down the minutes to his next game of football, to that unforgettable moment when the original football man - his dad, 'Dickie' - announced that his young son, at just fourteen, was on his way to Manchester United. 'What I didn't realise was that my dream would come true.' Full of anecdote, insight and wry humour, Giles recounts his rise through the ranks at Manchester United, before and after the Munich Disaster; the great players he knew, the good and the bad times under Matt Busby; his sensational debut for Ireland which he served as player and manager; his starring role in the brilliant, controversial Leeds United of the '60s and '70s; and his challenge to the portrayal of himself and Brian Clough in The Damned United. He also describes his enduring friendship with the 'kid from across Dublin's Tolka Park', Eamon Dunphy, and his career on RTÉ2's football panel, where Giles' intelligent and insightful analysis have made him an even more well-loved and respected national figure.
Oh sure, you might try and discount that this was only a Pee Wee football game ... the eighteen footer to stick a dagger in the heart of the Jazz during the ...
Author: Gary Torres
Gary has used a Twain-like humor with a folksy small town snapshot of life to make us stop and reconsider our own life. He opens up with humor and tenderness that will bring laughter and tears from the same page as he paints pictures of the people, places, and activities that surround him. He and his dog Turbo, his too kind and loving wife, and four children are the innocents abroad on a raft made of love, pain, laughter, and hope that is floating the mighty Mississippi of life somewhere in the West. From his experience raising kids, fighting cancer, running marathons his insights are like barbs on a fence that grab hold of you. Each section of the book contains small snippets of life and insights that make the reader pause to laugh at the character and themselves. BATTLE OF THE SEXES: There it is...one blanket, one bed, two people. It is almost certain that someone is going to be cold tonight. Oh sure, we act cordial enough, remove our slippers, plump our pillows, shake the sheets, then position the mutual blanket and snuggle in for a good night’s sleep; a wonderful ending to the age old battle of the sexes. A temporary truce of sorts, can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. YOU DRIVE ME CRAZY: “You drive me crazy.” There was a time when my wife said those words, and that was a good thing. Now, when she says those words, it is with a different tone and a different meaning. It’s more like, “YOU DRIVE ME CRAZY!!!” And after being married and having kids I have come to decide that it is the little things that will eventually drive a person crazy. BAGS, CHAPSTICK, AND SHOPPING: I’m sitting here in my cave, talking to my dog, Turbo. “Do ya think that we’ll ever understand women?” He looked up, smiled and wagged his tail; I think he thought I said, “Would ya like a bite of my sandwich?” Whenever I talk, he must always think I say that, because he always smiles and wags his tail the same way. MYOWN EMERGENCY ROOM VISIT: Well I can tell you one thing. Don’t be going to the hospital if you want to get rest and relaxation. Just about the time I would fall asleep, some nurse would come in and shake me and say, “How ya feeling? Are you getting plenty of rest? I need some more blood. This is going to sting just a tiny bit.” And proceed to play pin the tail on the donkey again. Frankly, I was tired of the game and didn’t want to be the donkey anymore (although many think I am a natural for the part).