An entry from my observation journal. My daughter turned 21 years old a few weeks ago. Today we are in Africa and her striking blue eyes capture the attention of many. People say she looks like me but those who are better judges of similarity know she resembles her dad all the more. I watch […]Read more "Windows to the Soul"
Less than a month before my latest journey, I dropped my Smartphone. It didn’t have a case. It’s pretty ignorant to believe my glass screen was impervious. Truth be known, I haven’t been able to squeeze the cost of a rugged case into my budget so I was exercised caution with the phone. Sometimes a case […]Read more "Ignorance Is Bliss?"
Tonight my daughters sat on the bedroom floor having a heart to heart. They came together on their own accord so it was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. This image is an answer to a prayer I stopped praying years ago. Through this one unexpected addition to our family, our house […]Read more "Returning to a family"
Today is the twelfth day of Christmas. Epiphany. Three Kings Day. I had several epiphanies (or epiphani) of my own today. I also visited with three wise men. After the third fruitful encounter, I came home to rest my swelling cranium for fear it might rupture. Many a seed was watered today on what is […]Read more "On the 12th day of Christmas"
A Love Letter [PDF format] Love is… I spent the majority of my life searching for love. Like so many, I looked for love in the wrong places, the wrong people, and the wrong type of love. My father left the earth when I was just nine years old. He spent the last year of […]Read more "Christmas Defines Love"
Rolling with the punches is a necessity on a mission trip here or abroad. You never know what to expect and have to be flexible to accommodate last minute changes for any number of reasons. If you’re a control freak trying to recover, I suggest you look into service work to break you of this […]Read more "That’s What It’s All About!"
Originally posted on Random Musings of an Introverted Visual Learner:
“I hope you find what you’re looking for.” This note in a Christmas card was written in regard to my upcoming mission trip to Rwanda. The comment itself is well-meaning and I didn’t take offense to it. However, it’s been sitting funny on my conscience…