Why sometimes things need a second chance to catch on.

Every Tuesday at my home we watch has a family Glee. We all love that show, it is funny, said, entertains, celebrates diversity and makes you think. It is one of the better shows on TV for many reasons.

However, the first episode that we watched was not all that great, in fact my wife and I wrote the show off. But we listened to friends and relatives about the show and gave it a second chance and now have created a family ritual that I would not trade for anything.

The point is sometimes things need a second chance to catch on, take hold or find an audience. So do not be so quick to drop them.
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