“A willingness to see ourselves in perspective, and to view our problems as relatively routine, provides the emotional space to think more broadly and deeply.”
— John Engels
“An elephant matriarch does not rule by force or fear. In a time of crisis, every member follows her lead. Her authority is complete because she has gained the respect and trust of her family.”
Joyce Poole, Ph.D. Kenyan Elephant Researcher
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I spent the hot summer days of my early teen years painting our three story house. From the upper rungs of a ladder, I swatted away wasps with my wide, gooey paint brush. Those high eaves tested my mettle. My mother prayed the ladder wouldn’t fall. It never did.
At night, Donny Craig and I would throw burlap bags into the trunk and drive to Churchville Golf Course. We parked out of sight, waiting in the dark. When the night sentry’s golf cart passed, we stripped down to our underwear, and waded into the big pond in front of the 8th green.