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Risk vs. caution

I have two daughters, and while they’re similar in a lot of ways, they’re also very different. This is really evident in how they approach physical activity. My older daughter, Bekah, tends to be pretty cautious. When she got her first bike recently and it didn’t have training wheels, she barely wanted to be on…

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Finding your “soul mate”

When it comes to marriage is there truth to the idea you see everywhere today that you must find your “soul mate”? While a lot of fun to talk about, I think when we ask that question it relegates finding the right person to finding the right lottery ticket. When in fact marriage isn’t like that at all. I think a better way to…

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The Ultimate Life – Review

“The Ultimate Life” (rated PG) serves as a prequel and sequel to 2006’s “The Ultimage Gift”.  The prequel part of the film follows Red Stevens, the grandfather from the first film, as he builds his empire and walks over a lot of people in the process.  The sequel follows Jason as he works in his inherited…

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Under construction

The bathroom needed a remodel. A window built next to a tub became a window in a shower a long time and that window, wet and rotting, needed to go.  So we pulled the window, ripped the wall apart, filled in the hole and put in a new tub and shower. But there’s something you have to keep in mind when remodeling your home. There’s…

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Dinner ideas that won’t heat up the kitchen

In the heat of summer the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven and heat up the kitchen.  Yuck!  But you also have a home and family to feed so what are some tasty ideas for lunch or dinner that won’t heat up the house? Here are a few of my favorites: Grilled Chicken Wraps Grilled (or stir fried) chicken breast slices marinated…

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Getaway – Movie Review

“Getaway” (Rated PG-13) starring Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez hits theaters this weekend.  The movie follows a man who steals a car and drives all over town under the orders of a man who’s holding his wife captive.  The movie is full of action, but Bob didn’t find much to enjoy in it. Though the film isn’t…

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Mortal Instruments: City of Bones – Review

Sometimes we run into a new release movie that we don’t feel is a good family friendly option for your kids. This is one of those films. “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” is based off the book of the same title by Cassandra Clare, and follows a group of young people who fight evil beings in a realm unseen by normal…

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Excited in Dubuque

Thanks to our many friends who participated and especially our volunteers who helped make today’s back to school promotion such a success.  And a very special thanks to St. Mark’s Youth Enrichment for being such a great partner. It appears that the audience is growing in the Dubuque area.  Word has really gotten around…

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The Butler – Review

The Butler is a film that follows Cecil Gains as he serves 7 Presidents in the White House and the conflicts he encounters with his son who wants to join in the movement being lead by Martin Luther King Jr.  The character of Cecil Gains is based on the real life person Eugene Allen. The movies covers some great themes like progess, racial…

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Addressing mental health

I have two daughters, and while they’re similar in a lot of ways, they’re also very different. This is really evident in how they approach physical activity. My older daughter, Bekah, tends to be pretty cautious. When she got her first bike recently and it didn’t have training wheels, she barely wanted to be on…

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Mornings with Adam and April

I have two daughters, and while they’re similar in a lot of ways, they’re also very different. This is really evident in how they approach physical activity. My older daughter, Bekah, tends to be pretty cautious. When she got her first bike recently and it didn’t have training wheels, she barely wanted to be on…

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Change the world by making your bed

US Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven, delivers a speech about the importance of doing the little things like making your bed, embracing the fears of life, and changing the world for generations to come.

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