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November, 2010 | 365 Stories In a Year (and a whole lot more) - Part 3
Welcome to my blog


Welcome to my story blog. I will post one new story here every day. You are welcome to comment on any or all of them. Enjoy!
                   --Lee Pound

Day 78 - How Chance Events Shape Success

365 Stories in a Year: How chance events shape […]

Day 77 - The Speech Contest That Got Away

365 Stories in a Year: This story is about the speech contest I should have won but didn’t because of a stupid […]

Day 76 - My First Speech Contest

365 Stories in a Year: A failed Toastmasters contest speech leads to success years […]

Day 75 - Serendipitous Moments

365 Stories in a Year: Many stories can come from those serendipitous moments when chance changes out […]

Day 74 - Actually Using Educational Materials

365 Stories in a year: Use a current project you are working on to create a […]

Day 73 - A Little Extra Effort

365 Stories in a Year: Not quite a story but quite a rant about writing and taking […]

Day 72 - From Editor to Chief Financial Officer

365 Stories in a Year: This is the story of how I went from editor to chief financial officer in the newspaper […]

Day 71 - They called him Coach

365 Stories in a Day: This is about the most influential person in my life, Coach John Tynes from Valencia High School in Placentia, […]

Day 70 - The 1948 Studebaker

365 Stories in a Year: This is the story of the 1948 Studebaker that served three generations of my […]

Day 69 - An Abbreviated Sports Career

365 Stories in a Year: How I couldn’t make a sports team and grabbed a batch of letters […]