October 1929 was glorious, as most fall months in Michigan tend to be. Oak trees lined the streets in the small bedroom community of Royal Oak, Michigan, dazzling viewers with the spectacle of red, yellow, and burnt orange as the weather turned crisp. Signs of change were all around. The possibility of a brutal winter remained […]
I had the opportunity to interview Macy Mc Combs, a freshman at the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) when the 2020 pandemic hit our country. It is through her personal lens that I bring some insights today. So, Macy was thoroughly enjoying her new college life last February–new classes, new friendships, and a new future […]
Take a minute to read my thoughts and ideas on the topic of family chores recently published in MTL magazine: https://mtlmagazine.com/article/chores-or-no-chores-that-is-the-question/
Today is the official launch of my debut historical fiction novel, entitled His Gift. I am very excited to share with you that it is now available to you to read, review (I hope), and share with your family and friends. I truly hope this story will encourage you. It is based on a true […]
INTERVIEW WITH ELLA ROSE, A 2020 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE: The current pandemic has shown its influence beyond the curse of illness inflicted on untold millions. We all have stories to tell of the ways our plans have changed in the past few months. Beyond the simplicity of “change,” in many instances, our plans have been […]
Interview with Allison Hicks So, what do you do when you don’t know what to do? When life throws a curve ball, which it always seems to do at one time or another, we do have a choice. We have the choice to yield to an enduring despair, or we can figure out how to […]
Photo by Julia M Cameron from Pexels So, here you are, looking into the future and wondering whatever in the world it will look like. At certain times in a young person’s life, the future seems wide open with opportunities. At other times, not so much. I know how excited I felt at being able to finally go […]
When the world is knocked off its pins, don’t you wonder what will happen next? What is important in life? Are we ever going to find our significance in our busyness of “normal life”? Is acquiring material goods enough? Is being at the top of your game all there is? Or is there something more …?