So how long ago did you last try to use a pair of those kindergarten scissors? You know, the round-ended safety scissors that only cut paper -- or, maybe they'll cut paper, if you hold your mouth right. You may remember trying to use them one night your child mysteriously learned that a project for… Continue reading Cut loose!
You're strong, successful in your sphere of influence, important to people close to you -- perhaps even to some you'll never meet in person. That didn't happen by accident. To accomplish what you have, you've chosen carefully the paths you've taken, rejecting what wasn't compatible. To maintain what you've achieved, you've guarded your perimeter: you've… Continue reading So, what gets you?
Walk and chew bubblegum! Oh, you've got that one? Great! (Just don't leave your gum on the sidewalk when you're done.) Pat your head and rub your tummy! Good with that one, too? Wow, we're getting somewhere. How about saying "Thank you, God" for your job while griping about your boss? What? A little harder?… Continue reading Two things I bet you can’t do at one time
They say a two year-old wouldn't be able remember much. I remember the barn burning. Not from what I was told, but the vivid picture of where I was sitting on the bed in the bedroom that doubled as a den and looking out the window. And the flames. I don't remember much else from… Continue reading What’s your earliest faith memory?
What's your "one of these days, I'm gonna..." dream? You know, the "when I have the time, ..." thing. I don't have a "bucket list", maybe because I associate those with jumping out of airplanes or hang gliding in the Grand Canyon, and I think that could hurt -- a lot. I've begun writing, which… Continue reading When you have time