Today was a beautiful fall day with some rare quiet time at my house. Such a treat with an extra hour or so to go through a box of mail, papers, and magazines that have set too long and are begging to be sorted. They’re full of good articles that I wanted to re-read.
One of the brochures and an article prompted me to share a couple things I came across. A professional mailer (from a well-know institution) featured four of their 30-ish year old office employees on its cover. They were asking for our support and business …one woman, two guys, and a fourth person of uncertain gender identity –whose non-descipt appearance said “missing person”.
All wore unflattering clothes– mostly poor fitting jeans, sloppy shirts, dirty shoes, unkempt hair, and, well you get the idea. I asked myself, “Is what you see, what you get?”. Continue reading
My son’s lament was sincere: “How difficult to teach our children the importance of proper dress as a sign of respect and courtesy when the adults drop the ball with their poor example” He is a fairly relaxed guy so this remark on his return from the golf course with my young grandson who was being introduced to this great game for the first time Continue reading