Monthly Archives: June 2014

It’s a Lake Thing

I love the water. Lakes, creeks, ponds – it’s all wonderful. But lakes – they are my favorite! Maybe it’s the sound of the water as it washes up on the shore, maybe the way the sun glistens in the ripples. … Continue reading

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A Grief Letter

About a month ago, I started to attend a Grief Share class at our church. The group is small, less than a dozen people and each in a different stage of grief. For some it’s a spouse, for some a … Continue reading

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The Journey of Me-Me Moments

I don’t like to think of myself as a selfish person. Who does? But I’d be lying if I said I never had selfish thoughts, because the truth is we all have them from time to time. In fact, I’ve had some … Continue reading

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The Journey of Patience

pa·tience [pey-shuhns] noun 1. the bearing of provocation, annoyance, misfortune, or pain without complaint, loss of temper, or anger. 2. an ability or willingness to suppress restlessness or annoyance when confronted with delay. 3. quiet, steady perseverance; even-tempered care; diligence. … Continue reading

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The Journey of Change

Many years ago, I was asked to read the book “Who Moved My Cheese” by Spencer Johnson, M.D., as part of an annual company retreat. We were in the midst of transition and it was wearing on many of the … Continue reading

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The Journey of Friendship

I have many people that I refer to as friends! Some are good friends, some are casual friends, some may simply be acquaintances and some are long-time, shared my joy, know my scars and been there for me at the … Continue reading

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A Journey of Loss

March 25, 2014. A date I’ll never forget. The day my Mom died. To say her death came as a shock would not do justice to the definition of the word. Yes, she had been ill. Yes, she had gotten … Continue reading

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