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I will admit it. I give my boys a hard time for being Eagles fans. In their defense, they truly do believe they are from Philly like their father. Of course, I too was rooting for the Eagles.  If my […]

Yesterday I experienced an emotional hiccup. I shed a few tears. I know! surprised me too. After all, I am me again. I have regained my original strength and confidence. I am finally restored. But here’s the thing. I saw […]

I just read a post on a Facebook page I love and follow – Godwinks. If you haven’t checked out the series of ten Godwinks books penned by New York Times Bestselling author SQuire Rushnell you should. You will find […]

Do you lie? Sure you do. Pretty much everyone will admit they are guilty of a little white lie now and then.  The type that spares someone’s feelings or the one you tell when feeling overwhelmed and really not up […]

Let’s be honest, pretty much any individual who has experienced the horrors of a broken relationship has at some point felt like a victim. And divorce is about as broken as a relationship can get. Therefore, even those who admirably […]

There is a contradiction to Hurricane Harvey’s torment. The images which blend the horrific and the inspiring. The portraits of both professional and ordinary heroes: Linking arms to rescue motorists Hugging tear soaked victims Risking life  for even four legged […]

My brother saves lives for a living. I have never shared with anyone that I once questioned my own choice of career. Can you blame me? I am engulfed (always the lover of puns) in a family of firefighters, cops, […]

I like to listen to Joel Osteen sermons. He’s the perfect intersection of spirituality, humor, positivity and the human condition. I especially love the human part where Joel admits it’s all hard. On this particular evening, I am listening to […]

The past few years have presented intricate challenges and infinite blessings. As we know, the two often accompany one another. Intricate and infinite…the adjectives of faith. Spiritual fitness cannot be maintained without them. I use the word ‘maintain’ rather than […]

I’ve had a few people ask me if writing about divorce keeps me stuck. It’s a really good question. On the contrary, writing about divorce is the one place I feel in control in an out of control divorce. It […]