For my Hometown, Chardon!

~Chardon Living Memorial Park~

          It’s time… to remember that tragedy nurtures the good in all of us.

     The Chardon Living Memorial Park was conceived by a community of supporters that suffered a tragedy and wanted to give something back to the survivors and the community.

     On February 27, 2012, a school shooting occurred which resulted in children that lost their lives, families that lost loved ones, friends that lost schoolmates. A tragedy that redefined what was normal for a small community.

     Concerned citizens have bonded together to provide a historic record, honor the innocent victims and deliver a message of hope for generations to come. This park is designed to provide a place for reflection and create spiritual awareness. The effort is to upgrade a walking trail, create an outdoor fitness area and a children’s playground complete with commemoration plaques and a welcoming statue.
 

~Please help us fund this honorable project.~

~Donate~

 

Never let others define success for you . . .

Merriam Webster defines success as: the correct or desired result of an attempt.
Never let others define success for you, set a goal and reach it.

If you reached the goal (attempt) that you set for yourself then you have achieved success. If not, then don’t give up until you have and you will never fail.

You only fail when you give up.

Quote of the day; Make good art . . .

“Sometimes life is hard. Things go wrong—in life and in love and in business and in friendship and in health and in all the other ways that life can go wrong. And when things get tough, this is what you should do: make good art. . . . Someone on the internet thinks what you’re doing is stupid or evil or it’s all been done before: make good art. Probably things will work out somehow, eventually time will take the sting away, and it doesn’t even matter. Do what only you can do best: make good art.”
― Neil Gaiman