My oldest daughter and I got together the other day for a late Valentine’s Day rendezvous and ended up going to see The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. It was a good movie with wonderful cinematography and a display of Continue reading Look at me!
Well, it may not be the great equalizer, but snow is certainly one of them. And here in the east, it seems just about everyone has been confronted with it. Seven inches of snow doesn’t seem like much to me, Continue reading The great equalizer.
This is a concept conveyed in A Course in Miracles. In essence; there is nothing I need to defend myself against. One wouldn’t have to linger long with these words before something would arise. Years ago I heard a story, set Continue reading I am defenseless.
The spring is known for new birth. The summer, as a time of expansion and growing to full measure. The autumn is a time of harvest. And after the work is complete, winter calls for rest. Each season has its Continue reading In its season.
A post wasn’t ready for it’s usual early morning entry today. The busyness of work demanded a bit more attention … for a moment. It’s fine. And right now, I re-balance the scales, snatching a piece of the midday to Continue reading Meanderings.
This needs to be written before its forgotten. And perhaps, with the writing will come a greater likelihood I’ll remember the next time. It’s not just one thing though … On Monday, I shared about how Jonathon’s passing reminded me Continue reading Forgotten.
Years ago, when I worked with kids, I often used music as a point of connection. It has an amazing way of bringing folks together, wouldn’t you say? Most folks who play music with/for kids likely know about a book Continue reading Stumbling along the way.