From Us to You, Thank You, Thank You

They remind me in so many ways of each other. I often wonder how two little girls on two opposite sides of the world have so much in common. I stop myself most of the time, because like both of them, their stories are special and in no need of an explanation. They are almost […]

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The Tour of Champions

I awoke from an easy slumber when I heard the pilot come over the intercom and announce the possibility of snow upon touchdown. My second time witnessing snow this season, and fitting it being back in Chicago. I wanted it to hold off at least until we landed. There’s something about seeing the city glow […]

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WAGs in Real Life

The rain kept up most of the night. I sat by the window in my hotel room on the 14th floor looking out at the mountains and the bolts of lightning erupting in the distance against the black night sky, slowly fading away further and further until they disappeared behind the shelter of the boulders. […]

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The Beauty of the Journey

Growing up the only girl and also the middle child stuck between two older and two younger brothers, I always felt a sense of responsibility for my siblings—not so much the older ones because their jobs were to look out for me. But for Joey and Trevor, it was my job to look out for […]

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The Relentless Pursuit

He can hear the wailing of the horn again, but he can’t seem to tell if he’s awake or asleep, stuck somewhere between his dreams and reality. The constant blaring in the distance finally startles him awake. He rubs his bloodshot eyes and lifts his head from his crossed arms where it rested moments before […]

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“Szczing The Day” By Saving Lives

We arrived at Overbrook Golf Club a little after four in the afternoon yesterday. The air was crisp and cool when I stepped out of the car. Wind whistled through the trees and blankets of snow covered the ground except for a carved out walkway leading up to the main entrance. It was a winter […]

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Szczur Brings Important Message to Local Schools

   “Life is all about finding your purpose,” said Matt Szczur, Cape May County native and current outfielder with the Chicago Cubs. “You have to set goals for yourself. Set one goal you want to accomplish each day and do it.” Szczur surprised fifth grade students today at both Margaret Mace Elementary and Cape Trinity […]

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