5 thoughts on “Don’t Let Your Dream Die

  1. Rick Estes January 2, 2014 at 9:02 pm Reply

    WOW Jim, Thanks for the prays. I remember a younger Jim Kilgore that was good in every sport. A Jim Kilgore that could out play, and beat me at any sporting activity we tried.

    I also remember your two years of baseball. All the practice in the back yard with the tennis ball did make you a much better player your second year. It wasn’t me that made that ball player, it was your own determination and skill that made you that player. Yes, I threw you hundreds of pitches that summer, as you threw to me. Yes, at first I could throw the ball by you to strike you out. I also remember by the end of the summer, you became so good that I couldn’t throw anything past you ( in the strike zone or out ). You hit everything I throw.

    If I remember right, One day I was upset that I could no longer get you out, I was going to quit. You ( Jim ) said come on don’t quit, I’ll bat left handed. I’m thinking to myself, OK I can get him out left handed. Well, this worked for a short time. Within a week, I could no longer throw a ball past you batting right or left handed.

    This my friend, is how I remember that time in our life. Rick Estes

  2. shamsa January 6, 2014 at 2:33 pm Reply

    To be successful,the first thing to do is fall in love with your work,this is one of your qualities,I have observerd in you.I believe when someone is passionate about his work ,success finds him..

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