I love stories. One of my favorite memories as a child is my parents' reading me bedtime stories. Some of my favorites were "Sam and the Firefly," "The Firecat," "Green Eggs and Ham," and "The Bike Lesson." I can hear my mom's soft voice and my dad trying to do voices. If you are not … Continue reading Let Me Tell You A Story
The great promise of the United States continues to be that you can become anything you want to be, if you put in the effort. Is your desire to be a doctor, lawyer, teacher, to be wealthy, famous, a star athlete, or president (you would likely be a better choice than those currently vying … Continue reading What Will You Become?
Starting in January, I began a refocus. A key verse thought I want to guide my life is "For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things … Continue reading My Apology
Have you ever been lost? Have you discovered that you have no idea where you are and how you came to be there? This summer we met a part of my family in Orlando for a four day trip to Disney World Theme Parks (all of them). While there my brother and parents found joy … Continue reading Lost and Alone