I like to write about something positive on Fridays if not all days of the week. But I must confess it is a little hard to find good news stories sometimes. But last night Brian Williams ended his nightly news segment with a story from Washington DC Preparatory School about a creative teacher who posted a mirror on a bulletin board to remind her students that they too could achieve great things. Amidst pictures of Barack Obama, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Maya Angelou, children saw their own faces and thought about their own options. One little boy said he wanted to be an astronaut. Some made funny faces. But all took notice of themselves. Maybe we should all look in the mirror with a little more scrutiny. Sure we will see more wrinkles but we need to see what those children saw--possibilities. The budget announced yesterday will not get us where we need to go unless people do things differently. If it takes a mirror to see who and what has to be done so be it.