A Mother’s Day Challenge…

Mother's Day is a wonderful thing. Although I never get what I ask for...one day of the girls not fighting; it's still pretty sweet. I am blessed. The day I became a mother (for the fist and second time), I was fortunate to have excellent health care, during my pregnancy, and then at childbirth. Oh,... Continue Reading →

December Daily | One

Yesterday I had a bad day at work, a long commute, basically I got home in a bad mood. Then, I spotted a box for me on the kitchen counter. It was the ornaments I ordered from Mercy House for Christmas gifts (save one for me, of course). This made me happy. This year I... Continue Reading →

She has built 27 houses…what have you done?

Girls who inspire. Click the link below to read this story. Then ask, "What have I done lately?" American girl, just 12, builds 27 homes in Haiti.

an als kind of birthday

Ron McCormick turns 62 years old today. It's a birthday to celebrate. He should eat lots of sugar-loaded cake. He should open presents from loved ones. He should kick up his heels, dance a little, maybe on a table. But he can't because he was diagnosed with a fatal disease called ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis... Continue Reading →

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