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! ...
My Pastor

100 Days to 50: Day 7 – Gaining the Most Out of Life

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Honor the people who have added value to your life. Your applause and standing ovation on their behalf may be the only one they receive in a lifetime.  Many of these individuals are teachers, educators, pastors,  or Scout leaders.  Here I am honoring my childhood pastor who baptized me.  He was also a WWII hero.  It was a joy to see the church I now pastor, stand on his behalf.  I'm grateful! Join me from the start of my "100 Days to 50" journey by clicking here! Share This Post
6th Grade Band

100 Days to 50: Day 8 – Gaining the Most Out of Life

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Change is always required if I actually want to improve in life. If I always do what I've done, I will always get what I've always got.Todd WrightIf I always do what I've done, I will always get what I've always got.  In my middle school years, I experimented with numerous activities to determine what I was good at.  Some things I actually enjoyed, but it just wasn’t within my framework of expertise.  I changed and focused in a different direction.  After going through this process many times, I became who I am.  I had to let go of some things and take hold of others.  A lot of change ...