Read About Me!

I am a 53 year old Physical Education teacher and coach. I have been teaching and coaching three sports a year for 30 years….and have loved EVERY second of it! I am married to a fabulous wife and she has been the best mother in the world to my two sons.

I REALLY enjoy collecting and writing inspiring and heartwarming stories to share with other people/ There is nothing better in the world than to do things for other people and making them smile and feel good about themselves.

I truly hope that you enjoy the site. I am still a rookie at this blog stuff but I hope that I can improve this site as time goes on. If YOU have any stories that you would like to share, please don’t hesitate to send them my way.

Have an AWESOME day!!

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  1. Good Day,

    My name is Jason Alderson and I am a Canadian soldier that has created the company Living Inspired Now. I would like to incorporate more inspirational/motivational stories and articles on our site, and on our monthly publication that is sent out to all of our subscribers as well as hard copies to businesses for their customers reading enjoyment.

    This monthly publication showcases original inspirational articles, photographs and other works of art from artists all over the world. I believe this would be a truly beneficial publication for anyone reading since it is incredibly positive in nature and can have the power to lift spirits and improve morale.

    In short, our mission is to inspire and motivate as many individuals as possible by spreading positivity and inspiration to those open to it and our publication is entirely free. I would like to speak with you in ways we could help one another. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Jason Alderson


  2. Hi, thanks for liking my post, The Five W’s of Life. I’m not athletic myself, but, I do enjoy watching sports, especially, baseball.


  3. Hi, Thank you for following my blog, Coach.This means you are a person with compassion.
    I very much like your outlook on life and look forward to reading more posts.

    Best wishes,
    Emy โค


    1. Awww…thank you so very much for your thoughtfulness and kind words…but someone already nominated me for that award a couple of weks ago. I was actually going to post it ineanother day or so. I hope that you are not disappointed with me. Keep up the good work my friend!


  4. Coach, you are very welcomed. I don’t remember exactly when I started following your blog — sometime in 2013, and I have reblogged several of your articles. If I remember correctly it was the other week that I reblogged the story about heaven and hell with the long spoons strapped to arms. It is a profound lesson.

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      1. You’re welcome — same with me. I hope to see you again and our paths will cross. Many blessings and best of luck in all you do. ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. Super glad to connect! As the mother of 4 athletes (karate/marathoner, college baseball, high school baseball, Little League baseball) I highly value experienced coaches. And I love a good story ๐Ÿ˜€ Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you VERY much for your kind and encouraging words!! I am actually thinking of beginning a coaching blog in which I would share good training strategies, quotes, sporting tips etc. Please visit my page often!! Have a great day my friend!!

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      1. You’re welcome, Coach, and thank you for connecting and for the follow. Good luck with your blog and I’ll be sure to visit ๐Ÿ˜€

        PS for a mama brag: My oldest son had his first college baseball start as a pitcher today. Nailed it!

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      2. Good for you and congratulations on your time on the mound! And thanks for appreciating his effort. I’ll try not to brag, I mean update, too often ๐Ÿ˜€


  6. Hi Coach Muller,

    This is Danita with The Virtuous Girls ( I wanted to let you know about our new venture to help Middle East Christians, Yazidis and other religious minorities have a better holiday season and a brighter future. Weโ€™ve set a goal to raise $10,000 for Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s “Cradle of Christianity Fund” ( by December 25.

    To do so we are making and selling delicious homemade chocolate bark. For every BARK BOX that we sell, 50% will be donated to โ€œThe Cradle of Christianity Fundโ€. Weโ€™ve done our math and know that it will take a lot of work, but Christmas is that magical time of year when we celebrate the arrival of โ€œImmanuelโ€ โ€“ God with us. God sent His Son into the world to let us know that we were not alone. Middle East refugees should know that they are not alone either. There are still people in this world who love them and care for them.

    More details can be found here: Please be sure to share BARK BOX with a friend. Together, we can make a difference!

    Grace and peace,

    The Virtuous Girls / / Twitter: @virtuousgirls

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  7. Really nice blog. These kind of stories inspire me to endure pain silently and keep up doing good works without hoping for a good result. I believe that the earth is beautiful because of these kinds of kindhearted people.

    I’d like to hear new inspiring stories in future from this blog. HAPPY NEW YEAR.

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    1. WOW!! Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and consideration of me…I am truly honored and humbled. I will be sure to post it as soon as I have an opportunity. Thanks again and have a great day my friend!!!


  8. Good morning. Thanks very much for kindly visiting and liking my blog.
    Your own us both interesting and inspiring and I love that what you do is done with a passion.
    I shall follow with interest and keep tabs on your progress.
    Take care my friend

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  9. Wow, what a great blog! You must be one of the rarest creatures on God’s earth. To promote uplifting stories, and write something totally amazing about your family? Sir, I humble salute you. God bless brother.

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  10. Hi – I’m writing from a Japanese educational publisher. We really like the stories on your blog — so much so, in fact, that we would like to use three of them as part of our English study material for Japanese college students. We were wondering if you might give us permission to upload them to an intranet study site. We would naturally be happy to pay for reuse if necessary. I’d be very grateful if you could let me know if this is possible. If so, I will send you further details.
    Many thanks in advance!

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    1. Bill…thank you so much for your kind words regarding my blog! Which 3 stories would you like to use? I would be more than happy to share the stories with you Japanese college students. Were you planning on publishing these stories? I would love to hear more from you. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.


    1. Amira…Thank you SOOOO MUCH for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award…I am truly honored that you thought that much about my blog and I ๐Ÿ™‚ Please forgive me for taking a while to get back to you…I have been really busy and have hardly been on my site. Hopefully, I will be posting a new one sson. I am going to see what I need to do regarding this award and let you know wehn I complete th task ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again my friend!


    1. Thank you so much Michele for thinking enough of my blog to nominate me for this award. I was recently nominated for the same award by another person but I think that I wll include both of you on my site and mention your blog!

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      1. It would be an honor to be included in your mention along with another blogger. Your blog is phenomenal! Your stories reach deep into the heart. I’m not at all surprised that I’m not alone in recognizing you! Wishing you continued joy and success in your blogging adventure.

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    1. WOW!! Thank you so very much for your thoughtfulness and kind words! I am so glad that you enjoy my blog. You have been nothing but an encouragement and a sweet person every since you first began visiting my blog!
      Thank you also for the


    2. Oops! I pushed the wrong button and never finished my thoughts. Thank you for nominating me for the “Mystery Blogger Award”. I hope that I can reply to the guidelines/requirements that I need to complete.
      I recently was nominated for another reward and have yet to do that one yet as well. I am just so busy with the things in life!
      Thanks again for your kind words and, hopefully, I will post your award soon.


  11. Love your site. Reminds me of the good old writing I used to look forward to in the magazines of the day. I am a former teacher/paraeducator/aide for special needs children and my hubby and I are seniors. I am 76 and he is a bit younger, but in spirit and minds, we are the same age. This is good writing and we sure can use that in this age and time. Thank you kindly.

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    1. Awww…thank you so much for nominating me for this award. I am truly blessed and thankful that you were thinking of me. Unfortunately, I am going to have to regretfully pass. I simply haven’t had the time to do the things that are required to fulfill the terms. Thank you once again for your kindness…I hope you understand.

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