When someone’s crying, instead of asking ‘What’s the matter,’ ask, “What do your tears say?”
‘What’s the matter’ assumes that something’s wrong, and tears may flow when everything’s right.
driving back from dropping off Nathan
I noticed the people walking by
and as I scanned from left to right
right to left
I noticed all that I was missing Continue reading
there’s a part of me
that wants a husband
that’s not meant to be filled Continue reading
If you know me, you know I love my kids very much, and every once in a while, I share stuff with you about them. Well, it’s that time again.
On Wednesday evening, I stopped by to pick up my twelve year old from flag football practice, which my twenty four year old coaches. It was the end of practice, and Nathan was goofing off on the field with a couple friends, while Kyle was nearby watching, sitting on a wall. As I approached Kyle, I overheard some parents talking, and as I listened, I grinned. Continue reading