Family night was bingo at the casino. Those of you that know me well know this a really hard task for me. The challenging task of the messy daubers, the constant required focus and the relentless competition all stress me beyond belief. Last night was certainly challenge with one exception. I sat next to an elderly women named Marianne. Per usual, I immediately introduced myself engaging … Continue reading Crackers
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.” Me, my camera and how I see the world. Continue reading ROYGBIV
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.” Continue reading An_______a day?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.” Me, my camera and how i see the world. Continue reading Pear or four of a kind?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Happy Place.” Lake Michigan, McKinley Beech, Milwaukee Wisconsin Me, my camera and where all things are new again. Continue reading Above all
There is bible verse stuck in my head ever since I read it the other day. It imprinted in heart, even got stuck in my throat. You know that feeling right? It is impossible to imagine life without people around who love you unconditionally. It is easy to think of needing love like you need water. Imagine if you did not water a plant. We all know … Continue reading Proverbs 27:17
Heard the funniest analogy that I simply cannot get out of my head. I was raising money for a project I am leading, a new health center for our community. The meetings with philanthropists, foundations and grant applications are too many to count at this point. The need in our community swells beyond comprehension. Honestly, If you read the national news the need for access … Continue reading Will someone change the diaper?
Turning the pages of memories in my brain is a Saturday morning tradition this summer and fall as I walk the farmers markets. Headphone, playlist of Shawn McDonald and a vegetable basket in hand, I avoid the world turning introspectively. Most of my week is spent deep into our societies problems, illnesses and the work I think of as my calling. Diane and I have always worked really … Continue reading As simple as a Donut.