I know you really don’t care what my kids wore on Halloween. I don’t even really care what they wore. I had to wear uncomfortable, plastic store-bought costumes my whole life and have fought hard to maintain that tradition in our home. So, when my daughter’s cheerleader costume came and it made her look like [...]
Brotherly Love Don’t let them fool you… This one had just called this one an idiot.
We were driving in my car when my third born, Dalai Daniel, asked me a question: “What happens when you die?” Before I could even answer, my oldest, Mindful Max, piped in and told him, “I think you talk to God and you tell him what age you want to be and what time you [...]
You know how you sometimes get that funny feeling? It comes from inside our body, faintly telling us a message. The message can be as little as “I should move that cup of water” or as important as “I just can’t trust that person.” Do you listen to it or does that glass get knocked [...]
It finally came: Max’s first letter from camp I had heard how wonderful these letter are. “Keepsakes,” “Heart-warming,” and “Touching” where some of the terms used. Ummm, not so much. Note the lack of greeting, as if the letter was to anyone who may be interested. Perhaps the lawn boy may want to know he [...]