All are friends who enter here—the kind who care enough to tell the truth, albeit gently. “Gramma” is an ideal of unconditional good will, an attempt to be brave, kind, … Continue reading
Working the Craft: Reading
Speaking of journeys, here’s a book I recently enjoyed: Have you ever stopped for a moment to consider what has happened in your life and silently asked yourself, “What was … Continue reading
QUESTION: What is it like to have a “teen” grandchild; is it difficult or is it fun?
Gramma’s Answer: Having a teen grandchild is fun. The teenage years are times when young people start to explore and discover who they are, what’s different or the same between them and … Continue reading
A Moment of Hearts Beating as One
A man stepping onto the moon—are you old enough to remember that day? If not, you may be weary of hearing about it. You may not know that what made … Continue reading
Bold or Mold: What Do You Do When Your Career is Over?
The rooms in which you’ve lived for most of your life are collapsing, one by one. You reluctantly walk to the only exit left and open the door. Absolute darkness … Continue reading
Squinting at the Path Ahead
Your snowboard carries you down the hill until you and gravity suddenly launch your body into space. You twist in the air, hoping like crazy that your reacquaintance with earth … Continue reading