While we were recently in India, we visited one of our homes in the state of Odisha. We asked if any of them still had their toy cars given from our previous visit…Read More
Hannah lives in Myanmar. Her parents divorced when she was just five years old. Her mother remarried, but Hannah was not welcomed into the new family. Sadly, this tragedy happens to children all over the world who are the helpless victims of divorce and dysfunctional family life.Read More
After leaving the store, Aunt Angela suggested that the girls surprise the Pier 1 employees. Aunt Angela said it was wonderful to watch the girls as they drove back to Krispy Kreme. The girls all pitched in with their own money and bought a dozen donuts.Read More
Three years ago a young man on his way nowhere came into my office.Read More
I was raised in the country and always had a sizeable family garden. The desire to plant and harvest is one that brings comfort and satisfaction. But ever since leaving the homestead, I have been a lousy “farmer.” My thumb is not green. I do not learn or research enough, water enough, plant in the right soil, fertilize enough (or at all), or prune enough. I drive by the yards, gardens, and fields of others and know that if it depended upon me, the world would be botanically challenged and most likely starving.
But there is another field I am dedicated to...