Conversations with strangers and friends along with a terrorist attack, travel delays and a theft taught me more about community than I imagined. (A long read)
Paul would have turned 70 today. I’d like to think we would have thrown him a party with family and friends, showering him with gifts and messages of love. Instead, I write through the reality that he isn’t numbering his years anymore. He is on the other side, in the presence of God, where time […] …
How one community rallied to stop a rash of teen driving deaths. This story is for anyone with a teen driver or soon-to-be driver.
It turns out, reading is more than introvert merrymaking or unproductive idleness.
An avid reader who makes me appear illiterate recommended “The Butterfly Garden” by Dot Hutchison, calling it an “interesting story with interesting characters.” When I questioned her lack of the word “good,” she said, “It’s well-written. Read it."