My wife took a sabbatical. No, not from me (please don’t tell her that might be an option.) She took one from posting on her blog. Well, she’s back baby. And I thought today’s was exceptional. So I want to give you her post for my post. After all, what’s mine is hers and what’s… Continue reading Removing the Bandages
Surprises. Some love them. Some despise them. Others are like ho-hum. I am the latter. And so is my son. I drove 2500 miles just to see surprise him. The excitement filled the room, albeit a tiny, itsy-bitsy room. But we both know it is kind of cool, for that’s how I roll. More on… Continue reading Entering that door … Surprise!
This week is a series on comparisons of outlooks during the time we shelter in place. I don’t want to destroy anybody’s wonderful image of me - especially when it comes to my classy way with people. So if you don’t want to be disillusioned, skip today’s blog. For when I began my initial efforts… Continue reading Obstruction vs Opportunity
Wide open spaces. Fresh air. Few people. Some articles say it is the lowest vulnerable activity if social distancing practiced. So today, I give a blog from another page. Here is a teaser... Welcome to Faith Connections Friday! It is a joy having you today! For the next several weeks until Easter, we will identify… Continue reading Got Outside – Guest Blog
Dating. If there ever was an adventure in life, dating would near at the top of the list. The emotional rollercoaster. Love bombing. Becoming vulnerable. Stashing. Ghosting. Benching. Breadcrumbing. Catfishing. The DTR moment. Lockering. And so much more. And yes, it’s been awhile since I’ve had to deal with any of this - unless you… Continue reading My Best Valentines – Ever
Stay with me ... three parts will come together. Part One ... my life, my wife. Do you have a song? A song that makes you think of your wife? I do. And it is the most popular, longest lasting hit of the Commodores ... Brick House. Before my church members get pitchforks to run… Continue reading She’s a Brick House … Could this be the song for worship Sunday?
What a lovely town. Wait. One bad apple. I came across this statement ... I really loved my job, but there was this one jerk there who made life miserable for everyone. One bad apple spoils the whole barrel, unfortunately. (From the web, not my life, just to be clear) You know what I mean.… Continue reading It only took one thing … a lesson from Lexington, VA
Who is it? How do they make you feel? What passion is it that drives you into their arms? In all the lands, there are love stories and love songs. I have my playlist that I go to when I enter into that mood where I think about my beloved Lisa. Music can calm you,… Continue reading You’re in Love
Her body was tense. Her hand squeezed the life out of my hand. She showed fear and looked at me like I was crazy and sending her to her demise. But I am getting ahead of myself. Let me back up. Yesterday, Lisa was off work for a Memorial Day work holiday. So we took… Continue reading Anxiety Attack
Though an admirable organization that has helped thousands, I am not referring to what most think of when they hear 'AA'. But I am referring to administrative assistants ... or executive assistants, or the most correct term, administrative professionals. This career path is so honorable, so essential, and so under appreciated. Now, I may be… Continue reading AA for the Win