Even if everything wasn’t just right, it felt good to be home. However, I quickly realized the momentous expectations I had placed in merely a building.
Experts have estimated that forty percent of things we worry about will never even happen, thirty percent of things we worry about are things from the past, twelve percent of our worries are about our health (when nothing is actually wrong with us), and ten percent of things we worry about are too petty and… Continue reading
Last week, my oldest daughter came home from school…dropped her backpack on the floor in the kitchen…grabbed an Izze and a bag of chips…threw her shoes off under the kitchen table and proceeded to her typical spot on the living room couch. Unfortunately, she never made it to her “chill out” zone. Out of the… Continue reading
This picture is of Ruth Jacques, the girl from Haiti who has been staying with us for the past few weeks. I snapped a photo of her and she blinked, messing the photo up because she had her eyes closed. Her Poppi, as she calls him, tells her, “Ruth, keep your eyes open.” This photo… Continue reading
,Doors. Throughout life, we are confronted with doors. Doors of Uncertainty. Opportunity. Insecurity. Doubt and Fear. There are times when we are faced with a door that we eagerly await to open. We can’t wait to waltz through that door. It may be a door we have anticipated for a very long time, like our… Continue reading