With winter hanging on, and this letter from my neighbor hanging over my head, I use the lessons of Holy Week to try to spring forward and have the courage to love my neighbor.
Saying goodbye to a favorite uncle, a jolly guy who taught me so much about living, is hard to do.
Reflections on Charlottesville and how fear may always be apart of our lives but it is what we do with that fear that shows who we are as people.
When the world is full of so much anger, what can we do to change the world? Start in the little everyday moments.
When #winningatlife is the result of to much on my plate, a lesson in compassion is the only way to balance a week of failures.
We label ourselves and labels are given to us. But then at some point we have to decide whether or not we let our labels stick. What I learned about labels and Jesus is helping me teach my kids about love, tolerance, faith and how they see themselves.