How to cultivate patience? I’m sure you’ve heard your mother, sister, or best friend say, “Have Patience. This too shall pass.” Yep. I thought so. The first thing that usually comes to my mind isRead more
How do we show honor?
Do we show honor?
Our theme for this month is “Peace.” How appropriate is that in the midst of this turmoil? It’s hard to find peace when you’re stuck in your house with kids in school who are expectingRead more
“It’s a game you’d like,” my friends insisted. As they sat waiting for their daughter to finish her activities they would ponder whether a distant flutter on a branch was a bird or a leaf.Read more
This last year has been challenging for millions of people, including our family. The world is full of hopelessness and panic pushers. But we have a hope that pierces through the blackest headlines. We haveRead more
Success. Excuses. Those words share several letters but are vastly different in how they can affect our lives. We hear excuses every day: “It’s not my fault.” “He made me do it.” “Stupid car.” “TheRead more
Wind comes in many strengths, forms, and speeds – some good, some not so good. A few years ago, my husband and I were traveling to vacation in Yellowstone Park in Wyoming. Driving north fromRead more
Frigid temperatures and biting winds ravage the mid-West and east coast of the United States. There is no doubting what season we are in— Winter. The name ‘winter’ derives from an old Germanic word meaningRead more
I’m writing this in September and the leaves in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are starting to change color. That palette will soon extend to the Front Range and we can enjoy all the glory fall brings.Read more
On January, 20, 2016 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. One year later Corey and I closed on our tree house. (I like to name my houses.) These two things don’t seem connected, but they bookendRead more