It’s been a year since Calder Sloan was heartbreakingly killed in a swimming pool accident. Calder was the 7 year old son of C2 Media’s CHRIS SLOAN, who many of you know from his outstanding creative marketing and programming background as President, Owner and Executive Producer of his Miami-based company. Chris and his family have shown their true inner resolve since, and just this last weekend, the Miami Children’s Museum dedicated an exhibit to Calder and his brother Caleb. The story of the new exhibition from NBC Miami is here – click. Calder was Mr. Awesome, and if you aren’t aware of the outpouring of support from across the globe for him, you should take a moment and research it. The Sloans are leading the fight to get a bill past the Florida legislature mandating upgrades to the safety of swimming pool electricity. They exhibit grace under the most daunting of life’s events. Wishing them a Well Dunne! seems quite inadequate in comparison. Shalom.
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Well Dunne! Talent’s DENA YASNER switched it up, trading desert for island paradise with a week long sojourn in Hawaii. On Waikiki, spotted the production of Hawaii Five-O and, if the editors are as good as they have been in the past, Dena might even be in a scene in a future airing. Love the Aloha State and love Ms. Dena as well.
Think About This: "But sometimes, unexpectedly, a quiet moment finds us and we drop down into the life we have beneath all the rushing and the trying and the endless daily details, sinking into the fertile soil of the sometimes neglected inner life, where the seeds of remembering what matters are planted. What comes from that place, when we give it half a chance, flowers in our lives and the world, creating unexpected changes in the direction of our journey and offering unanticipated blessings to us and those around us." ~ Oriah Mountain Dreamer
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