Forgive, but Don’t Forget

Forgive, but Don’t Forget

Nobody is perfect. We know this is true, yet we still expect people to act in ways that are close to perfect, including our family members. When your spouse does something that hurts or disappoints you, then apologizes for it, you assume they’ll never do something...
Finding “Your Thing”

Finding “Your Thing”

If you’re an active person, then you’ve probably picked up a paddle and tried pickleball sometime within the last few years. Jane and I first started playing together a few years ago when it started to gain popularity in our area. That popularity just keeps on...
Brand New

Brand New

Newness is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? Peeling the protective sticker off of the screen of a new phone is so satisfying. We enjoy newness so much that there’s even a phrase identifying the way that new cars smell! It seems to me that adults over the age of thirty...
Fulfill Your Destiny

Fulfill Your Destiny

Somebody on my staff recently told me about a couple she’d just met. Initially, she and her spouse met with the husband of this couple during some business dealings. She wanted to share this story with me because she was so impressed with how this man talked about his...