Whose responsibility is it to make peace in a difficult situation? What do you think? Have you ever been in the role of a peacemaker?
EIght Months into my Weight Loss Journey, things are looking up.
Have you ever chosen a Word of the Year? Mine chose me; here’s how that happened.
I love desserts, the sweeter, creamier, richer, or more chocolaty, the better. I prefer frosted cakes or cookies with a little something extra. Cookies should be chewy, but not crunchy, and accompanied by cold milk or hot coffee. My mom was a good cook and I have a very early memory of her decorating aContinue reading “The Cookie Diary”
I feel compelled to begin with something of a disclaimer. I realize the weight of the pandemic that has caused much of the world to grind to a screeching halt and retreat into a science-fiction-like version of society. I am embarrassed to say that all this, our time in lockdown, has snuck up on me.Continue reading “A Sideways Look at Life in Lockdown”
I am thinking about two different themes in this post. How do you, or does one, determine if a person is a friend? And then I also wonder, how do we help our children and young people determine or distinguish about types of friends? And here is another question, can the category of BFF (BestContinue reading “On Friendships”
There are three things I learned from my mother at an early age, Faith, Storytelling and stories, and the joys of shopping. I have written about her influence on my faith in other places, but let me share this memory. As much as I love shopping, and that is the confession at the heart ofContinue reading “Things I Learned at My Mother’s Knee”