Details, Details

In 336 BC, Alexander the Great began building the Roman Empire and laid the foundation for the eventual imposition of Greek culture into western Asia and up to Mesopotamia. Alexander himself had been tutored by the great Greek philosopher and teacher Aristotle, and valued Greek art, language, and culture; he did everything in his power... Continue Reading →

In the Distance

Not that long ago, I read A Clearing Season by Sarah Parsons who encourages readers to "clear a space" for new growth in their lives. In making room for that new growth, there are old habits that must be tossed out. It's essentially a book about the process of making change and, in doing so,... Continue Reading →

The Best Ever

I once asked my grown children what their favorite childhood memory was. Without hesitation, they both said, “the summer we went to the pool every day.” And it was a good memory! We would sleep late every day, having stayed up late every night watching television (mostly scary shows…Son’s favorite), playing games, or making crafts. When we... Continue Reading →

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