While I was in England visiting my son and his family recently, we took a side trip to Italy! It was so much fun, and, since it was my first trip to Rome and Pisa, I’m sure I’ll be sharing about that soon (with photos). However, as most of you know, travel can have unplanned issues, and that’s what I want to talk about today.
After a couple days in Pisa, and then another couple in Rome, my little granddaughter became, let’s say,
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. – Proverbs 3:5-6 NIV
In the last week I’ve received three messages from three different friends who are each weighing a decision regarding read more here
When was the last time you quit because you were frustrated? When was the last time someone asked you for help, only to abandon the project? When was the last time you felt like you were the only one doing all the work all the time?
It is easy to feel like you’re the only one working on a project – whether it is a project as personal and private as your personality, or as public as launching a new program at church – when you don’t see continue here
“We fight about topics because we are afraid of the issues.”
This quote impacted me enough to write it on a post-it and put it in my office, and even though I cannot recall in what book I read it, it often applies to my life. Right now, it seems to apply to our culture also.
We fight about continue here
Transition: the process or an instance of changing from one form, state, activity, or place to another. Easy? Hardly. And right now, it seems that everyone and everything I know is in some form of transition.
The country – what is happening to us? How long has this transition been going on and keep reading here
Hiking on a canyon top requires, one would think, a minimal amount of common sense and somewhat of an awareness of potential danger. Apparently not.
Brian and I were keep reading here
This is “Delicate Arch” in Arches National Park. And this is the story of why I did not take this photo.
This is what the hike looked like from near the trailhead:
Brian and I were informed that this was a moderately strenuous hike with only 850’ in elevation change. Since we’re healthy, and we got an early start, we were continue here