How to treat the U10 baseball state champions

A group of twelve 9 and 10 year old boys from my hometown won the Tennessee Dixie Youth state championship yesterday after an undefeated season. They are headed to the World Series in August. I, for one, am so very proud of them. They are the first team to ever claim a state title in the … Continue reading How to treat the U10 baseball state champions

“How does the pilot see at night?” – Helping kids you influence navigate anxiety

Yesterday afternoon, a friend of mine asked me to drive two kids to the airport to catch a flight back to their parents in Chicago. I have met these kids. I know them. What I did not know is that they had never been on a plane before. When I picked them up, they informed … Continue reading “How does the pilot see at night?” – Helping kids you influence navigate anxiety

Finding my focus and relaunching FeliciaCarter.TV

Have you ever tried playing a board game without instructions? Or gone on a trip but had no idea how to get to your destination? In January, I launched FeliciaCarter.TV with an idea, but no real direction. I knew I had some great things to say and hoped a few people would validate me by … Continue reading Finding my focus and relaunching FeliciaCarter.TV

Pokemon GO looks awesome, but here is why I’m not playing

I spent the morning at some of my favorite spots in beautiful Franklin, Tennessee. Everywhere I went, there were crowds of people. Some were enjoying the Tomato Festival at the Franklin Farmer's Market. Most were playing Pokemon GO. Let me be clear. This post is not about whether Pokemon GO is a good or bad thing. … Continue reading Pokemon GO looks awesome, but here is why I’m not playing

“You still have me.”

A few weeks ago, I picked my buddy Mark up from Bowie Camp, a nature camp at Bowie Nature Park. He was distraught about what he perceived to be someone picking on him earlier in the day. My natural reaction is to buy him some ice cream and head to the playground. Something told me … Continue reading “You still have me.”