Then, under cover of night, so my neighbors couldn't see me, I poured gasoline on the roots of that sweet little tree.
How does your morning start on Christmas Day? As a parent, do you have plans or do you let the day carry you as it may? I've found I need to strike a balance between spontaneity and intentional planning. If you are a single parent, chances are you may have to share holidays with an... Continue Reading →
My 29-year-old son hasn't spoken to us in almost four years. The last time he communicated he made it clear he didn't want any of us (me, his step-mom, his little sisters, his uncles/aunt or cousins) in his life. I won't go into the bad choices he's made nor the consequences he's suffered. All I... Continue Reading →
I'm humbled to announce that this month I received an award from Writer's Digest for an inspirational article "practicing the Habit of Forgiveness" which I wrote 10 years ago, but never published. Some readers, out of curiosity, wanted to read it. So if you'd like to see it, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send... Continue Reading →