Late last week I finally shopped for a Father’s Day card. As I was checking out what was left on the racks, a woman about my mother’s age came up behind me. The lady reached for a card, frowned, and put back card after card. I assumed she couldn’t find the sentiment she was looking for. Then I … [Read more...] about Eyes for the Invisible
Six countries, dozens of monuments, hundreds of busses, trains, ubers, taxis. Once we got approval for me to travel overseas, we hit the ground running… well, walking anyway. It would be trite to say it was the trip of a lifetime. It was the trip of a generation for my family. And I was … [Read more...] about Home or Him?
A few years ago, pre-heart-failure, we took a trip to Buenos Aries, Argentina, to visit our son who was studying abroad. Arriving with limited expectations and very little savvy, we somehow stumbled into booking a trip to Iguazu Falls. I had never heard of it, but learned it is one of the New … [Read more...] about Adjusting the Font Size
I should have started this blog months ago, years ago even, when I first became ill. But as in all of life, we don’t always realize we’re in the middle of something big right away. Sometimes never, actually. But 26 months into my diagnosis, I realize now how God has walked through this with me, all … [Read more...] about My Story is His Story