I recently read an article about a photographer who was documenting his father's Alzheimers and the end of his life (see link below). It was touching for me as someone whose father died of dementia over 7 years ago. It is not easy to watch someone dying. To have him look at you and question you … [Read more...] about Remembering
What constitutes being a nerd? Is it wearing glasses? Is it not being athletic and making good grades? Nerds have always been teased and made fun of whether in real life or on the big screen. Webster defines a nerd as an unstylish, unattractive, or socially inept person. But it also defines a … [Read more...] about Nerds!
This morning as I was doing my exercise video, the instructor was talking about making healthy choices. She said, "It's up to you." As I think about this more, it occurs to me that almost everything in my life is up to me. I know there are some things out of our control, and honestly, don't we … [Read more...] about It’s Up to Me
What has happened to the 'Paul Bunyan' man? The man who is built like a tree stump? Now, I know that all men cannot fit into a mold. Just like all women cannot either. I used to work with a guy, we'll call him, George. George was about 5 feet tall and thin. … [Read more...] about Skinny Jeans for Men?
Charles Spurgeon once said, "When you feel yourself to be utterly unworthy, you have hit the truth." Are we utterly unworthy? What is it that gives us worth? In whose eyes should we even try to be worthy? These are all questions that people, especially women, ask themselves. Webster defines … [Read more...] about Unworthy?
Life has a way of making us cry especially for us women. We cry when we are happy, sad, depressed, or sometimes for no reason at all than to just ‘let it out.’ In my devotional this morning, I ran across this verse in the Bible from Psalm 56:8 (AMP). “You have taken account of my wanderings; Put … [Read more...] about Tears in His Bottle