Through Little Eyes

When it comes to having patience with my children, I often find that the hardest part is remembering that they do not have the experience or knowledge that I have. It is common for me to say, “what in the world were you thinking?” Some of the things that...

What’s For Dinner?

It’s supper time- mom is out of the house; it’s your turn to cook for the kids; the family has had their fill of microwave dishes and fast food. What are you going to do? If cooking is not a strong suit for you (I’m in the same boat) then you may...

The Master and the Apprentice

“Can I ask you a question? Why did you pick me?” That’s what was running through the inquisitive mind of a young man as we made our way back to his house one evening. After a little time for reflection, I shared with him a longing desire to have...

You Don’t Say

Have you ever been given unwelcomed criticism? I’m talking about the times when you had a “backseat driver” or someone hovering over your shoulder, telling you exactly how they would have done things differently. It’s annoying; it’s...

Don’t Stop

One day, while I was in college, one of my professors shared a very novel idea with the class that I had never considered before. He explained that after he had gotten two degrees at a doctorate level, he had set a goal for himself of taking a few classes each year....