You’ll face things that others may not understand, but the same could be true if you did score that multimillion-dollar baseball contract, too, right?We hope to go out, have fun, maybe make out a bit and, quite possibly, at the end of the day find somebody we want to spend just a little more time with, like, I don’t know, the next 50 years or so.If you’re asked out for drinks, respond with a great little coffee place you know. Another hurdle many young PSCers face is feeling like they’re “broken,” like nobody would ever want them when there’s a shiny whole person just around the bend.It’s so easy to slip into this thinking, but it’s just not the case.Nothing was out of bounds whether it was becoming a millionaire, getting married, having babies or playing professional baseball. However, life altering doesn’t have to mean life ending or that that glass is anything less than half-full, even if it’s not filled to the brim with fizzy champagne. So, let’s break them down one by one in no particular order.
The stage is set for the Second Battle of Bull Run, Virginia, on this day when Confederate cavalry under General Fitzhugh Lee enter Manassas Junction and capture the rail center.The tall, handsome Chambers was soon arrested and charged with murder. On this day in 1948, the temperature hits 108 degrees Fahrenheit in New York City during a week-long heat wave that kills at least 33 people.The intense heat hit the entire northeastern United States, but it was New York City and Philadelphia that suffered the most. During the Hundred Years War, King Edward III’s English army annihilates a French force under King Philip VI at the Battle of Crecy in Normandy.Union General John Pope’s Army of Virginia was soon on its way, and the two armies would clash on August...The Soviet Union announces that it has successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of being fired “into any part of the world.” The announcement caused great concern in the United States, and started a national debate over the “missile gap” between America and Russia. On this day in 1986, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin is found dead in New York City’s Central Park less than two hours after she was seen leaving a bar on the city’s Upper East Side with 19-year-old Robert Chambers.