Heavenly Coincidence

“Is she the woman with the southern drawl?” I asked my friend as we texted back and forth, “the one with diabetes whose glucose monitor beeps every once in a while in class?” “No..” came the next bubble, “that’s not her-that’s Mary*, Faye*’s kinda quiet, a snowbird– she’s doesn’t live here year-round.” “The one with…

Five Things to remember as you transition into adulthood.

#1  Set your standards high. Don’t put yourself in vulnerable situations where you’ll be tempted to trade your integrity for short-term reward or relief. Nothing is more valuable than your character, your honor and your good name. #2  Request help right away when you need it.  It’s not a sign of weakness..as a matter of…

A Taste of Normal- (Searching for comfort in the familiar)

Back in the day, when we would visit my mom (inside of her house-not in the drive-way) our puppy would wait excitedly on the welcome mat and sprint directly to her kitchen table the minute she cracked open her door. You see my mom’s favorite breakfast treat is Entenmann’s crumb cake and needless to say,…

Lines.

Last night I watched the Westminster Dog Show broadcasting live from NYC. This morning I’m reading horror stories about what’s happening to dogs in China because of Corona Virus fears. Same day, same world..the contrast is jarring. It makes me wonder about lines.. Lines between order and chaos, lines that separate modernity from primitivism, cooperation…

Now you see ’em, now you don’t..

Gee whiz, really? I guess wax Meghan and wax Harry have been taken to the museum equivalent of the woodshed now that they have stepped back from their royal duties. And while I’m not judging whether it’s right or wrong to remove their likenesses, I’m just saying wow-   that was fast! Reminds me of a…

“Behold..”

“…I stand at the door and knock..” – Rev 3:20