Today the news is full of stories and articles related to various people from my past. Some are negative, some are positive. My phone has been ringing off the wall with, "Did you see," calls. All of it has me thinking - years from now - if you "made the news" - would people recall you as a good Christian, a good friend, a moral person? Or would people recall reasons to suspect you'd end up as a front-page negative? One of these people was a fine Christian friend to me for over 29 years. She was loved and respected by our city, and she was "good friends" with a lot of amazing people like Ronald Regan, George W., George H., Barbara and Laura Bush. She passed away of cancer. She was a Christian, a charitable person, and she owned a very profitable business. I haven't seen a single unkind word printed about her. Another two people were former coworker, and later supervisors, of my brother-in-law and my children's Dad. When the car accident tore my family apart, and I desperately needed for my then-husband to be given medical leave to rest so that he could recover from the head injury that had made him psychotic - these people had just been promoted to supervisor and refused. They also added so much stress to the situation that it exaberated his condition. My brother-in-law, concerned for clients under the care of these individuals, left the business after almost 20 years experience. Refusing to compromise quality care of retarded individuals to satisfy. Today they are in the news as being removed from office and being investigated for providing unsafe-care of individuals in their care. With Jane Anne, the calls are, "I can't believe she is gone." "Heaven has a wonderful angel." "What will we do without her." With Janice and Jay the calls are, "Its about time!" "I can't believe they finally caught them." "There is justice in the world." What we do today is remembered. What kind of legacy are each of us leaving behind?