Ed Bray stormed the beach at Normandy during World War II, earning two purple hearts. And yet, the toughest thing the 89-year-old said he had to face in his life was his illiteracy. For decades, Bray went to extraordinary efforts to keep his inability to read or write a secret. While on the job at an Air Force base, he had a coworker help him with documents. At home, his wife did the same for 62 years until her death in 2009. Finally, the determination to shed the shame and l
We read this speech in 2012 and it hasn't left our minds since! We refer to this speech when thinking about our future and past accomplishments.It made such an impact that we thought we'd share with all of you who are either graduating this year, recently graduated, or know someone who is graduating. This speech offers great reminders about life, the power of simply reflecting, and how to treasure each and every step of your journey. We hope you'll enjoy is much as we did! Re
KAE is BEYOND pleased to introduce the newest member of our team, Kenae. We may be biased however, we think you're going to love her. Get to know a little more about her below! 1. Finish this sentence, "by looking at me, you'd never know that......." I am excited about being an old lady one day. I feel like once you hit a certain age, you have so much knowledge through life experiences, that you don’t sweat the small stuff as much. I also think it’s going to be hilarious to b
Mom, today is your day.
Today is your day because 364 days you make it our day. You selflessly care for each of us in ways that only a mother could.
And as the world looks to the women in their lives that have meant so much to them, I look to you Mom and see someone who is worthy of celebrating. For all the times that I have called and you have answered…thank you!
For all the times you have sent me encouraging letters and emails…thank you!
For all the sporting events you
I don't know about you all but when I find a good online read, I am thrilled. Now, I know books are a lost art that many are trying to bring back, which I agree 100% however, the other day I came across Thryve Magazine and I have been connected ever since. The mission of Thryve magazine is to “INSPIRE AND EMPOWER WOMEN TO NOT MERELY EXIST, BUT TO LIVE FULLY ALIVE.” Amazing. KAE's message is one that shares a similar message in that we encourage others (men and women) to live