Todd and Lisa

100 Days to 50: Day 3 – Gaining the Most Out of Life

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God is always trustworthy. Be nice to the neighbor’s kid, because she might be your wife someday!  Lisa and I grew up within a half-mile of each other and rode the same school bus.  There is no way we could have known in those early years that someday our lives would lean so heavily upon each other.  Together we have learned that a successful life is all about a right relationship with God and people, and attempting to do the right things in the right seasons. Together we’ve learned that God is always trustworthy and we’re convinced He wants us to succeed.  Next week, we will celebrate 32 years of marriage, ...
Our Wedding Day

100 Days to 50: Day 4 – Gaining the Most Out of Life

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It's all about family. Friends come and go with the seasons of life, but family remains through them all.  While none of us has a perfect family, I’ve learned that family is one of the strongest of ties to a stable life.  There are many family members we would never choose as our best friends, but for some reason, many of those same family members help us endure the hardest of times, long after the friends are gone.  Friends usually exist because of a mutual hobby or agenda, but family exists from much deeper roots.  Choose to love and respect your family “just because!”  Here’s my parents and three brothers ...
Taylor Wright

100 Days to 50: Day 5 – Gaining the Most Out of Life

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The focus of leaving a legacy. I can’t do anything about my ancestry, but I can do a lot to impact my descendants.  It’s the focus of leaving a legacy.  My grandpa, Taylor Wright, grew up in a struggling era.  He had been a fighter and was in-and-out of jail in his teenage years and his early 20s.  His father was a bitter man, regarding some family events from the past.  The cycle was broken when

My horse, Cutter

100 Days to 50: Day 6 – Gaining the Most Out of Life

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Treasure the four-legged creatures in your life and give them your best. They offer so much friendship and love and ask for so little in return.  Here are two photos; one is a photo of my little brother and me with our family dog Banjer.  We got Banjer when I was a year old and he died when I was 18.  In some ways, he was like another brother, ready to protect against any enemy.  The other photo is of me on my horse, Cutter.  He was born in my arms in May, 2000.  For the last 14 years, he’s provided many hours of companionship.  I'm grateful for each one! ...