Thoughts on July 4th

  July 4th The following are my original thoughts on July 4th. — US Army Officer When I was a US Army officer I was there of my own volition to defend and to protect the life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness of others. At this time I voluntarily surrendered my own freedoms where… Continue reading Thoughts on July 4th

Grief, Loss, and Transition Workshops

Workshops Have Value Before signing up for and attending, I knew grief, loss and transition workshops have value. I knew their value from more than an intellectual understanding. I had attended a twelve-week course on three different occasions.  In 2006, my late wife and I attend the classes offered by our church following my mother-in-law’s… Continue reading Grief, Loss, and Transition Workshops

How To Have Real Peace

It’s hard enough that your wife has passed away. Now with the Covid-19 Pandemic you too frequently find yourself in a self imposed isolation. You can’t meet with friends, can’t go out to eat, avoid the walking in the shopping malls, Zoom Bible study classes, and live streaming of church services. It’s enough to make… Continue reading How To Have Real Peace

The Flu Shot Didn’t Work

Tested Positive for Type A & B Flu It’s Friday, January 3, 2020. I have a 9 AM appointment with the doctor today. I have a bad right earache as well as equilibrium issues. My right tonsil feels like it is swollen. My guess is the issues are related to my testing positive for Flu… Continue reading The Flu Shot Didn’t Work