Life Lessons from Uncle Dan and Aunt Holly:

Pentecost Sunday ’18                           Happy Birthday (#1975) to the Christian Church!

What we have heard (Uncle Dan would be #70 today!) and learned:

Dan and Holly. They had a “quiet classiness” that is rare to see these days.

One of Dan’s main points of advice was “don’t give people a reason to say no.” That also means not to deliberately bring negative attention to oneself.

I believe that it’s better to be lost in the crowd than to be remembered for the wrong reasons. I’ve found this important to remember when job searching and negotiating office politics.

I agree with Henderson Louis Dailey.

DAG-Stonehenge

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Posted on May 20, 2018, in Humor, L O V E, Saintly, Socioeconomics, The Redemption Project, Uncategorized, Wandervogel Diary and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Credit for this should be given to Holly and Dan Dailey, who worked tirelessly in Minneapolis on this project between 1980 and 2005:

    Step 1: Make time for reading with your children.

    Step 2: Create an environment for reading.
    a) Read aloud to kids everyday,
    b) Discuss stories, events, and the world around them,
    c) Encourage children to learn letters and words,
    d) Take children to libraries and bookstores, and
    e) Encourage reading and writing as free-time activities.

    Step 3: Read good books and talk about them

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