I grew up with a big brother and many friends around. We did a lot of things together such as kickball games and whiffle ball in my backyard, sledding in the winter, hiking through the woods and fishing in the summer and playing baseball on a little league teams. We always seemed to have plenty… Continue reading Flip or Touch?
I thought I'd take a moment to share an idea that I had for Christmas this year. I have three daughters, all grown up, in their thirties and with kids. I was trying to think of something unique I could give to all of them - something that would be meaningful and fun. A few… Continue reading What are You Giving for Christmas?
We are a world of traditions. I can remember years back to our family Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings, where tradition brought s similar pattern of events from year to year. We don't personally have any traditions now except for eating corned beef and cabbage on New ear's day - something we have done for 38… Continue reading A New Tradition
For those of you who have been following my blog, you know I have been battling Multiple Myeloma cancer since March 10 of 2016. I went through 2 stem cell transplants last year, and have been going through maintenance chemotherapy since November of 2016. It has been a battle that I have always known God… Continue reading He is our Healer
As most of you know, I am in he midst of chemo treatments for Multiple Myeloma. Have been for 6 months. Due to the nature of these treatments, I have pretty much been isolated during that time, going out only when necessary. One thing this does to a person is make them lose track of… Continue reading Confusing Times