The story part of this post today is going to be relatively small.  And the quotes are going to be relatively long.  But how do you cut out sentences that are packed with so much wisdom?  My decision today is that you don’t.  You write the words that have so profoundly affected you and you…

Remember how I teased you with a blog post about this child a few weeks ago? The day has finally arrived!  I have a big announcement!  We at The Children’s Home Project are diversifying the ways in which we raise money to include mining for all sorts of natural resources and we found the perfect…

When you experience a tragedy, you shouldn’t be held accountable to the things you wish for in the ensuing hours.  There are so many emotions coursing through your heart, and your brain is generating some wonky thoughts that will be disregarded as bad ideas once the earth stops shaking beneath your feet. In the twenty-four…

You’re ok with a part three of Francisco’s story, right?  Because I have more to say.  (If this is the first part of Francisco’s story  that you’ve read, you should probably start here.)  The last two posts have been so happy that I didn’t want to cloud them with complaint.  You’ve now had a chance to…

All of us were grounded a time or two in our adolescent years.  But everyone once in a while there was something really, really, REALLY important going on that was serious enough for our parents to grant a reprieve for a few hours.  Like that time in seventh grade when Mike had just broken up…

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