More to Forgive

This morning is my first article at The PerennialGen – Growing Deeper Roots in the Dirt and Light of Midlife. A year ago I discovered Michelle VanLoon, a writer in a few suburbs northwest from me and co-editor of ThePerennialGen. Our connection has been a delightful one and an encouragement to me, personally. We have…

“Drooping Tulips and Forgiveness”

Second in a series of “No Quick, Easy Answers” for my Memoir.  (read about “Remembering” HERE)   While the story will be more complete for my family, I share here what I learned about drooping tulips and forgiveness. * * * Recently an acquaintance and I were talking about forgiveness. She had received unsettling news….

When “Remembering” Doesn’t Seem to Be Enough

OR When I Am Afraid I’m depending Too Much on Others As If God Isn’t Enough (This is the first is a series of posts entitled “No Easy Answers” which will also be included in  the Memoir I am writing for my family.   Psalm 77 has long been one of my favorite Psalms. Opening…