Renovation

Renovation

A few months ago, my husband, John, and I started a home renovation project that has had us working 15 hour days on the weekends and every night after work. We tore down walls, rewired all new light fixtures, painted the walls a new vibrant color, stained the new wood...
Hope Survives

Hope Survives

I can not speak for everyone, but I can tell you that lately I have been feeling a little bit hopeless. My seasonal depression mixed with politics, Covid 19 and the fact that people are just down right rude to one another have had me questioning society. Will we ever...
Flawed

Flawed

Recently I made a giant revelation about myself. I discovered I love flawed people.  I am drawn to them like a moth to a flame and it seems the more flaws the better. It’s something I have always known about myself, but never really acknowledged it. Well, the...
Masking the Problem

Masking the Problem

I was talking to a friend of mine the other day about things we talk about all the time, and out of the blue she started to get emotional. She literally started to cry. All the while she was crying, she was apologizing for it. “I am so sorry. I don’t know why I am so...
Big Daddy

Big Daddy

My father was the apple of my eye. He stood six foot three inches tall and as far as I was concerned, he hung the moon. My brother and I were blessed to have him as a father as he always made everything fun. The simple act of putting on pajamas and getting ready for...
Newton’s Third Law

Newton’s Third Law

From the very first time I conceived of this column through its inception, I had one goal in mind and that was to inspire. The column is now five years old, which translates to roughly 120 stories.  Tales of miracles, mysteries and wonderment all written to give...

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