On Strong Families: Nurture your Marriage

Nothing has a stronger influence psychologically on their environment, and especially on their children, than the unlived life of the parent. —Carl Jung I was exhausted. My husband had been in Alaska for the herring season, leaving me on my own, while all four kids all seemed to be going through a rough patch. One […]

Finding Love and Magic at a Rummage Sale

It was my idea of a great rummage sale. I skipped the tables with crowds around them and headed for the empty corners where creative possibilities were disguised as junk. I found old transistor radios and alarm clocks to take apart, horn rim glasses and a long blonde wig for the dress up box, a […]

Gratitude and The Good-Bearers

Often after a hard day, I get particularly crabby, and say out loud, “Where in the world is the GOOD?” You think I’m kidding, but I really do.  Am I the only one who does this? Who wonders where the good in the world has vanished to, when things don’t hard over and over again? My […]

Something to Make You Smile Today–All My Pwoblems

In the midst of getting school underway, and beginning a busy schedule, I wanted to give you something to make you smile. Pause a second today, and read one of my all time favorite poems. I haven’t met a child who hasn’t loved this. Thanks James W. Hall! All my pwoblems who knows, maybe evwybody’s […]

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