renew: transitive verb: 1. to make like new; restore to freshness, vigor, or perfection. One of my favorite past times is watching a marathon on anything DIY related. Turn on HGTV and that is where you will find me; front and center, taking notes. In all my watching and note taking; I'm fully convinced that … Continue reading Transformers
spring: (intransitive verb form) to be resilient or elastic/to move by force/ to issue with speed/ to grow as a plant/ to come into being/ to make a leap of series of leaps. Spring is here! The season of new beginnings! That long awaited moment to pull the curtains back, draw the shades and open … Continue reading All Things New
Combat Order: (plural noun) Orders containing instructions for operations in a military campaign (as letters of instruction, operation orders, and administrative orders) The act of war or art of war fascinates us. We admire the dedication that these men and women have to fight to, in some sad cases, fight to their death. No promises are … Continue reading Oh Captain, My Captain!
rush: (intransitive verb form) to move forward, progress, or act with haste or eagerness or without preparation or(transitive verb form) to push or impel on or forward with speed, impetuosity, or violence. The word 'RUSH' has been said to me many times today and each time it's followed by a simple statement: This morning on the … Continue reading Rushing in Purpose
lean in: at the sound of this call, crew members shift their weight in over the boat so that if they lose their balance, they will fall into, rather than out of, the boat. If you've ever been whitewater rafting you know that it is no easy task. It's wild. It's unpredictable. It's exciting. It's … Continue reading Lean In Team