Teens and Technology

Teens and Technology Learn to Discern I have to confess I have a love/hate relationship with technology. I love the convenience of writing this article on my iPad. But I hate when my technology quits working, like my iPad did recently. I realized just how dependent I have become on Read more…

Grateful

Grateful…..10 Things I love about fall: 1. Boots! 2. Crunchy leaves 3. Brilliant colours 4. Harvest moons 5. Flannelette sheets 6. My down duvet 7. New TV episodes 8. No mosquitoes 9. Fires in the fireplace 10.My husband lives at home…a bit more   I’m really a summer person. My Read more…

Nearly Spectacular

Last week I met a remarkable man. Because of a diving accident in his youth, he had been a quadriplegic for most of his life. But Walt doesn’t consider this a reason to see life through dirty lenses. Each day when I saw Walt and I asked, “How are you?” Read more…

just ask

Just Ask!

Just Ask! Today I had the remarkable experience of receiving what I hoped for in two situations where that outcome was unlikely. I was prepared to politely accept refusal, but I still had to ask. I had purchased the econo-size of a food product which I didn’t realize was not Read more…

whose your herd

Who’s in Your Herd?

There are some places on this planet that should be safe. A mother’s womb should be a safe place. A child’s bed should be a safe place. Families should be safe and so should churches. Unfortunately many are not. So many of the tragic stories I hear at women’s retreats Read more…

Lesson In The Loop

Ever wish you could hit rewind on some day, hour, or minute of your life? It happened to me just recently. I flew to Phoenix at the invitation of a writer-friend to spend a week with her writing in the sun instead of the snow. We flew separately and had Read more…