COVID19 sheltering has given me time to ponder the mysteries of my life. Some of these discoveries are welcome additions. I've learned that I have more patience, perseverance, and discipline than I thought I had. Other discoveries have been tough to acknowledge and excruciating to accept. The most disappointing is that there are seven things… Continue reading 7 Things I Believe in More than God
Governor John Kasich speaking at the 2020 DNC made me so happy. Not because I'm a die hard Democrat— because I am not. Not because I'm a die hard Buckeye— though I certainly am. But, because I want to stop feeling so yucky and polarized. I did my miserable years at recess in dirty sandboxes… Continue reading When You Know Something Is Not Right
Sheltering in place has been a tremendous source of "mommy guilt" for many mothers of adult children not living at home. I've had numerous conversations in my "mom" groups about how hard it is to keep a safe "social distance" from our adult children. As a rule, they can't come visit. If they do, gloves,… Continue reading A Complicated Mother’s Day
As Joe Burrow embraced Eddie George, Doug Flutie, Desmond Howard, and Tim Tebow, I thought, "This is a great moment in sports and 'They' - the racists - are going to ruin it."
I often write about decision-making because decisions are an inescapable part of life. For years I've told you about my "just flip a coin" philosophy. You've analyzed. You've agonized. You prayed. You still don't know what to do. Flip a coin to decide. No, the coin itself is not anointed. Although, I'll shamefully admit that… Continue reading Can’t Decide? Just Flip A Coin