Grace

Yesterday, my six-year-old came home and asked me what ‘grace’ was.  He said he had a girl in his class named Grace and that she was nice, so he was thinking that was what it meant.  Talk about warm my heart…precious boy! Of course, his teacher had given the definition during school, but he had […]

Decisions, Decisions…

Life is full of decisions – from choosing what to wear to changing professions.  Daily we are required to decide which direction to take and what choice to make.  Not all decisions are life-altering, but several ARE! Take for instance, someone lies to you.  Do you call them up and ball them out?  Do you […]

Memorial Day

With the Memorial Day weekend upon us, I wanted to dedicate this post to my dear friend, Ted Arnold, who fought in World War II, the Korean War and served several tours in Vietnam.  Ted died two years ago and was my friend and hero.   I wrote this poem for him and thought you might […]

During the Darkness

Since so many people have responded to Tuesday’s post about depression, I thought I would continue to discuss this widespread problem.  Many are suffering silently and I think it’s important we talk about what we should be doing during the darkest times of our lives. I think we can learn a lot about what to […]