Finnegan is sleeping more innocent like than he should be. He's no doubt tired after a two short walks -- post breakfast and post lunch given my work-at-home lifestyle -- and running away to see his girlfriend this afternoon. (Luna's a lovely golden mix with whom he normally has set, mommy-monitored play dates.) Finn inside… Continue reading When God sends a dog and a half…
Category: spiritual life
Clothing the naked can be annoying
I don't suppose my household would actually go naked or hungry were I to suddenly expire. But, on Saturdays -- when everyone and all their stuff is home and strewn about, the laundry chute is full, meals seem to be needed one right after another, appointments need to be kept and I am the mom… Continue reading Clothing the naked can be annoying
When church goes right … and it makes the national news!
The Rev. Darrell Cummings of Bethlehem Apostolic Temple in Wheeling, W.Va., jokes with Dallas Cowboys player C.J. Goodwin, who grew up attending the church. Photos by Rebecca Kiger, story by Nora Edinger. Reprinted with permission from The Washington Post Magazine. “We’re not a Black church or a White church. We’re just a church,” the Rev.… Continue reading When church goes right … and it makes the national news!
Time on my hands, weight off my back
Reposting this as it reminds me of a wonderful (pre-COVID) holiday trip. And, that it's time to weed out my baggage once again... "Let it go. Let it go." (Elsa) Sometimes life sends you subtle signals that a season is changing. Other times, it's more like a karate chop. One of the latter hit me… Continue reading Time on my hands, weight off my back
From Prof to Priest
Here is an interesting feature I wrote recently about a Greek Orthodox priest who was once a professor at a school of pharmacy. Click here to read the full story of his faith journey.