March 21, 2019

When my kids were little, long before they could read, on Mother’s Day I would take them to the store, stand them in the card aisle and let them pick out whatever card they wanted their mom to receive. 

Needless to say, they picked out what looked good to them. My s...


My Brain on Relationships

Last weekend my husband and I went for our “almost” daily walk around the neighborhood.  We have a particular route we always follow and on this day our 3 dogs thought it would be beneficial for us to bring them along.  My husband...

August 21, 2013

last week we began the discussion of what destroys and what builds relationships. If you have not had a chance to read last week’s post, be sure to check it out.


Proverbs 29:25 tells us that “the fear of human opinion disables”. Insecurity plagues and destroys our re...

January 7, 2013

I described in the previous three blog posts the dilemma of unforgiveness and bitterness in our lives.  The metaphor of a “hate bus” was used to describe how we go through life experiencing various kinds of hurtful offenses from minor to major events. Be sure to read...

October 15, 2012

People are needy.  I hear that a lot.  I say it a lot.  Almost always when someone says that, they are not speaking in a complimentary manner about someone else.  To be viewed by others as needy is usually something we try to avoid or at least manage our image around...

September 17, 2012

Some days in our lives stand out more than others.  For obvious reasons, some days are unforgettable, even if we could forget them, we cannot.  Tragedies and celebrations seem to be the type of events that are unforgettable.  I remember one particular day pretty well...

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