Life never ceases to amaze me, especially when it comes to “randomly” meeting people. A couple of weeks ago after dining on thinly crusted panko-crusted chicken breasts with my family for a holiday dinner at Kincaid’s (a fancy restaurant in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota), I ran into Jack Jablonski – the 17 year old hockey player from Minneapolis who made nationwide news when he was injured one year ago after being hit from behind during a game.
It was crazy. People from all echelons of society poured out to help. NHL players, local celebrities, area churches, Hollywood big shots, everyone came out, and he totally needed it. But what’s bugged me is that among all the other people injured in my home state since Jack has been hurt, not one has been on the news. And we all know how being on the news can mean the difference between g