Monday, September 21, 2015
Friday, September 18, 2015
Click here to read about an inspiring American family that I am privileged to get to know in relating their story. The video within the story is amazing, too.
90% of babies with Down syndrome are aborted. This is effectively the genocide of a population. Read the article the get the facts on these special people, who may one day disappear from society, as well as a big dose of inspiration.
Life is meant to be lived fully; enjoy what it brings to you, in the way in which it is brought.
Happy Friday. :-)
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Britain and I have a complicated relationship; I adore her, and she is not aware that I exist. How I long to walk (hopefully through a light mist) beneath the Tower of London; how I'd love to have tea or a pint where theologian and scholar C.S. Lewis met with his crowd, The Inklings. I'd love to ride a horse along a craggy shoreline (any craggy shoreline will do), and I'd love to tickle a palace guard to see if they can keep a stiff upper lip.
Click here to read about the Queen Mum's continuing majesty. I will be here, hoping I can soon go there.
Saturday, September 5, 2015
I was on Laura Ingraham's radio show yesterday talking about the new "babywearing" rage, and also about an inspirational barber from Iowa who offers kids a free haircut if they will read to him. Good stuff, I hope - funny and inspiring. Even though there are a lot of bad/scary stories in the news, there's a lot of good stuff, too -- and that;s what LifeZette is interested in covering.
And lastly, a piece today about Mother Theresa. We often remember Princess Diana's passing, but we lost another important figure around that time - a humanitarian who is on her way to sainthood in the Catholic church.
Click here to read about this inspiring woman, whose legacy continues today.
A thought I find so troubling and just plain sad in the wake of the Dallas shootings and all the other racial unrest bubbling up in our na...
(Dad with George Schultz, former Secretary of State) Has it really been five months since I've posted to the good ol' blog? ...