Last year, Celeste Corcoran didn’t get to see her sister Carmen Acabbo cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon. Wounded by bomb blasts, Celeste, 47, lost both legs below the knee, and her daughter Sydney, now 18, also suffered severe injuries.
Legendary Harvard psychologist Jerome Bruner on the art of “effective surprise” and the 6 conditions of creativity
I seriously want the Canadiens to sweep Tampa Bay tonight. Before I get too much hatred, think for a second about what that means. It means that, when they inevitably end up facing the Bruins in the next round, they will have had that many extra days off/only working at practice speed, giving the Bruins that much more of an advantage due to the delay in schedules. Consistency trumps all, and working at high speed game situations seems a much better prep for a series than just running drills in practice.
Y’all got me feeling some typa way