Often in life it is easy to become complacent with the way things are going. I find that it happens most often, not when things are hard, but when they’re fairly easy. Not when you are on a mountain top or in a valley, but when you’re walking along the plain and have convinced yourself that you have a good handle on your life and say, “Fine,” when people ask you how you are.
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In less than two weeks, the Herald Democrat will honor more than 200 high school athletes and coaches who excelled over the past year. It’s the second year for the All-Texomaland Sports Celebration.
In yesterday’s paper, you may have noticed something a new — a graphic directing you to our website for more in-depth coverage. In the case of these two stories, it was to let you know there was a video on our website that went along with these articles.
There’s a saying in this business: “There’s always tomorrow’s edition.” Often times it’s recounted when we’re trying to shrug off a boneheaded mistake that makes us wish we hadn’t gotten out of bed that morning. It’s a way to remind ourselves that, while we deeply regret that mistake and will be beating ourselves up about it for days, weeks and years, in some cases, we’ve got to move on to the next day’s edition where we hope to do better.