“I could care less.” So you do care? “Do you mind helping me?” I never quite know how to answer this one. Is the correct answer “no” meaning I don’t mind, or “yes” I will help you? I actually tend to answer this one with “I’ll help” so I’m not […]
I checked my watch again. Fifteen minutes had passed. Still no sign of her. Sigh.
The lady I “carpooled” with (she didn’t have a car so I did all the driving) was sooo chronically late. Not five minutes late. Twenty to twenty-five minutes. Every day.
Derek was a new creation. He had been saved out of a life of sin. He was white as snow.
Our Christmas tree was the kind that had to be assembled. It was always a family effort.
If I tell you a secret, do you promise not to laugh?
Maddie never dreamed that her impulse purchase of a lottery ticket on her 18th birthday would result in her winning $50 million!
Everyone thought she was stuck up.
When I was thirteen, I journaled consistently for close to a year. Sharing my hopes, dreams, hurts, and joys. Every so often I look back on those notebooks and smile at the thoughts I recorded and the things that were so important to me back then. I can’t, however, imagine […]
Seventy times seven. In a day. That’s a lot of forgiving to keep track of. It would be so much easier if Jesus said we only have to forgive our brother seven times in a day. Or forever. Then again, as I think about it, I can’t remember a time […]
I have worked in a male-dominated industry for the past couple of decades. It has always been a little obvious at the office but attending conferences made it abundantly clear that I was in the minority. I can remember one where there were a few thousand attendees, and I could […]