They’re Entitled Little Snots? Maybe I am Too!

((Warning: the following may hurt some of your feelings. That’s tough. As a parent of the discussed generation, I can laugh as I write this. It is way over simplified and every person is unique.)) They have a pretty strong rep as selfish and entitled. One survey had 65% of Americans perceive this group as…

A Change in Our Perspective

My son is learning a valuable lesson about marriage. They are still in their first year, but the pronoun use is adapting more and more. It of becoming less “her or me,” less “her’s or mine,” and more “us” and “ours.” There is that point that our mind just gets it. Shepherd boy David, soon…

He Brings Back, Binds Up, and Builds Up

You might say he had one job – watch over the sheep. You might call him a baby sitter of four legged creatures. Sounds pretty simple. And in Psalm 23.2, he made them lie down in green pastures, he leads them beside still waters. As life goes, the sheep have it pretty good – rest,…

He Can’t “Make” Me Do Anything – or Can He?

Vegetables. They have their place. I know I make fun of them, a lot. But I have a special relationship with green things. Green is my favorite color after all. However, there is one memory I have growing up that makes me get that nasty taste at the back of my mouth. My mother tried…

He Smells Like Sheep – and I am So Glad

It’s no secret I love books, both reading and collecting – all types. And I hate to say it, but I very often do judge a book by its cover. And when I saw this particular book, I gladly laid down my money. It was Lynn Anderson’s They Smell Like Sheep. Here was a book…