My grandparents’ simple observation remind me of how my children view the world—and view us.
Sooner or later each of us has to go through the grief of losing a parent. For me it came all too soon, with the death of my mother in
I have long been a lover of technology and gadgets. From my first transistor radio in the sixties, to my first CD player (the first CD player ever made) in
I have been hooked on Downton Abby for the last couple of years. If you have not seen it, the
It does not get any better than this – seven days of tag-teaming our very active four-year old grandson, Alex.
As I lay on my bed with four-year-old Madelyn, we gazed lovingly into each other’s face. I looked deep into
5 Simple Steps for a Successful Afternoon Two years into our homeschooling adventure, my father asked if I was going
One morning a few weeks ago, I opened the dishwasher and thought, “Why can’t anyone learn how to load the
Since retiring almost a year ago, I have cautiously added one commitment after another to my daily routine. My first priority has been to assist in caring for my daughter’s children. I had been attending Mass most mornings and a Bible study group on Tuesday evenings. I later added an hour of exercise about four times weekly, twice weekly meetings with an Aunt…
When Allison was a toddler, we used to hold her up to the wall where all our family photos were