Month: August 2020

Better than Fretting! How to Stay Calm and Carry On, Part II

Yes, that’s a camel. I’ve never ridden one—elephant yes, camel no—but I’ve heard they can be stubborn and cantankerous. Friends living in the Middle East told me their kids’ school bus was delayed one day for what seemed like forever because a camel decided… Continue Reading “Better than Fretting! How to Stay Calm and Carry On, Part II”

Better than Fretting: How to Keep Calm and Carry On, Part I

Last post, we began exploring Psalm 37 (and yes, we delved a bit into my bittersweet feelings as I sent my son to college). I’m happy to report Operation College Launch was successful. I’m also happy to report that with that important day behind… Continue Reading “Better than Fretting: How to Keep Calm and Carry On, Part I”

Kids Headed into a New Season? 3 Ideas for Sending Along Wisdom

“Is this more of a yahoo or a boohoo breakfast?” This was the question my girlfriends and I asked each other years ago while crowded around a Panera table, half an hour after Kindergarten Drop-Off Day One. Believe me, there was a range of… Continue Reading “Kids Headed into a New Season? 3 Ideas for Sending Along Wisdom”

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