Fathers Day does not have to be about who we have lost, but who we have gained by the presence of another and what we can give to appreciate them in an effort to make their day and hearts, a bit sunnier and brighter.
Dear Summer Vacation,
I’d like my time and money back.
Sorry to be so blunt. You know I love your sunshine, long daylight hours and ease of unstructured time, but after this summer trip, hopes dropped to the level of my sandal straps.
If I don’t approach my summer bucket list and filling the emotional buckets of my children with the right attitude, I’ve got one big hole in my own bucket.
Nothing-doing. No way, no-how.
I admit, those are my go-to words when I need to forgive another. I know it should be easy and quick as 1-2-3, but there were times, I couldn’t even get to zero.
Who doesn’t like a smooth, straight path? Who doesn’t want the very best road for themselves and for their children?…