Bragging Rights

November 30, 2005

Faith, Family

All of my kids are great. But I really have to brag on my second daughter a bit. There is a very good article about her in the Kansas City Star today. The heart of the story is not about her, her stats, or her accomplishments. Rather, the story focuses on how her self-confidence has transformed her from being a good athelete into a great basketball player. Man, doesn’t that teach me a lesson or two!




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2 Comments on “Bragging Rights”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Congratulations Dana! You are not a little bit proud of here are you Cycling Roo??



  2. CyclingRoo Says:

    Oh yeah. I’m busting out all over! Not only is D a great ball player, she’s now a moral object lesson for people in the KC metroplex. šŸ˜‰

    Actually, I had no idea that this was going to be published today. And it is pretty humbling to realize that folks will know of me from her actions and comments. But even more exciting is the fact that she can point anyone and everyone to the God who inspires her!


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