Mike’s Musings

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Deacon Greg Kandra posted this a couple of years ago on his blog. I repost the link here for your edification. Enjoy.

In 1971, an art student at Portland State University named Carolyn Davidson got a job doing some freelance design work for a local sporting goods company. They were looking for a company logo, an emblem. Carolyn Davidson came up with something in just a few hours. Everyone liked what she did and thanked her. For a day’s work, she was paid $35.

Little did anyone realize what Carolyn Davidson had created. That design went on to generate billions—and made history.

Click on the link below for the rest. You won’t be sorry. 

Source: Just do it: Homily for February 14, 2018, Ash Wednesday

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