Grace walked before us this morning, pausing as she noticed that Winston and I may soon be following directly behind her. She was petite with black hair; I liked the color of her jacket and her matching striped scarf. Grace watched me stop for a moment while I...read more
I think one of the hardest parts of deciding that you want to be a good person and make the world a better place is being brave enough and leaning on your faith enough to go to places that make you uncomfortable—even scared. The people who need God’s love are not...read more
Dear Friends, I just have to tell you about another inspiring woman brave enough to tell her story—Susan Robertson who has a son named Chadem who was born on May 22, 2019—months before his due date and only 1.4 lbs. at birth. Susan has only held him a few times so...read more
Oh, let’s not spend too much time lamenting the end of summer. Fall brings a plethora of new possibilities, especially for those going “back to school.” It’s more than just cute pictures of knobby knees and new lunch boxes. It means a lot to teachers, parents and...read more
It all started in beginning of June when I made an, “Oh me and my ADD” (Attention Deficit Disorder) comment; I said it jokingly to a new friend/colleague who quickly replied “Oh I understand, I used to be just like you!” WHAT? I mean YES! WAIT… Was she that tuned in...read more
Happy summer everyone! I mentioned in last month’s blog that after a couple of challenging setbacks, I was blessed to have Karen Light of Studio Light Illustration come into my creative process—and life! She is an extremely talented artist, teacher and life coach; she...read more
The strongest man in the world has many trophies but they are not made of bronze, silver or gold. They do not sit atop a shelf nor are they neatly aligned in a glass display case. His trophies are living loving memories in the hearts of the thousands of people that he...read more
Do you keep a journal? Have you gone back to read your entries? I sometimes blush at being so caught up in the drama of what’s happening at the moment. I’d like to share some events from my journal that really shook me and made me feel that my life’s purpose was up in...read more
Gone are the days when being gay or “queer” was a curiosity or scandalous… The days when we didn’t know of any people who were “that way” in our own lives. The estimates are that about 10% of our population is gay. So, if you don’t think you know a gay person, you...read more
This month we have the opportunity to get to know Jennifer Sanchez. Like the rest of us, there are many facets that make her up, but there is one guiding principle that she believes that makes her life expand out from a strong central point. And her life—as well as...read more
SHARE YOUR ANGEL STORIES!
We want to hear them too! We know angel stories come in all shapes and sizes. We’d love to hear your angel story and please include any photos or artwork.
Here is one from Trish M. in Jacksonville, FL who purchased a copy of Angels on Your Pillow for her 6 year old granddaughter Sofia who in Trish’s words, “Was kissed by an angel at birth.” Trish said, “Sofia was born with a cowlick (under her bangs) so, right there on Sofia’s pretty little forehead is where the angels kiss her.”