A Tribute to My Brother, an Apology, and Reaping what we Sow

A Tribute to My Brother, an Apology, and Reaping what we Sow

Jun. 20, 2015 by

A repost in tribute to my brother, Adam, who’s always loved me no matter what! Today’s my brother’s birthday. He’s turning a certain age that starts a new decade for him. I’m so proud of my big brother. He’s a

Pushing Our Brothers Down and Reaping What We Sow

Pushing Our Brothers Down and Reaping What We Sow

Aug. 26, 2014 by

A story circulates around my family whenever I see or mention my brother, Adam. This true story (though somewhat exaggerated at times) focuses on one huge mistake I made, and it just won’t be forgotten. Even my kids are quick

How to Love Someone Who’s Hurt Your Feelings

How to Love Someone Who’s Hurt Your Feelings

Feb. 8, 2014 by

For the Saturday Slant I’ve created a list for getting over hurt feelings. Like most really important things, this is much easier to list than to actually do, and as much as I firmly believe that we must always strive

Word of the Week–Tacit

Word of the Week–Tacit

Mar. 4, 2013 by

Tacit: Understood without being openly expressed, implied, silent or unvoiced. “A tacit agreement” would be one in which both people were on the same page. It’s kind of like the CIA agents who are sneaking into the bad guy’s fortress.

Quotes, Questions, and the Quadratic Formula–Sick of Love

Quotes, Questions, and the Quadratic Formula–Sick of Love

Feb. 14, 2013 by

“I’m already sick of love, My very gentle Valentine.” Charles, Duke of Orleans 1425  (The oldest recorded Valentine message)  Charles, Duke of Orleans, wrote these lines for his sweet wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London in

Quotes, Questions, and the Quadratic Formula

Quotes, Questions, and the Quadratic Formula

Jan. 10, 2013 by

“To wish you were someone else is to waste the person you are.” —Anonymous Self- esteem is a tricky subject. Have you ever tried to encourage someone with a low self-esteem? It’s like they don’t even want to hear anything

What do you think about “do-overs”?

What do you think about “do-overs”?

Jan. 9, 2013 by

When my kids were little, I used to let them have “do-overs.” It was an opportunity to go back and correct a behavior. We only did it a few times. Something always nagged me about do-overs. They really don’t exist. Maybe

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