Month: June 2018

Carry the Light

Then this light entered the room…it was my little sister…I stared at it…this cupping of light in her hands. It made me want to hold it in mine.


The following post I wrote nearly two months ago…but because it was so fresh, I chose not to post it. Since then I’ve been learning what it means to be PRESENT even when I’m no longer Ms. Mary’s primary caregiver. Even that requires Persistence. It’s a… Continue Reading “Persistence”

Climb for Perspective

Perspective is everything…and I tend to lose proper perspective easily. Often. I am a chronic perspective-loser. (If that’s even a word.) Two weeks ago was one of those times. I was away from home on a work trip with my family and trying to… Continue Reading “Climb for Perspective”

Dear Graduate…

Twelve years ago I graduated from high school. Now if you’re a teen reading this…you’re thinking I’m old right now. Twelve years is a long time, but you’ll be here before you know it, friend! So pick your jaw up from the floor and… Continue Reading “Dear Graduate…”