An Old Friend

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Photo of the Week | 2 Comments
An Old Friend

This craggy dead tree sits between the James River and the Colonial Parkway.  Randy and I have photographed it many times.  It is that out of place thing that grabs your attention every time.  Surrounded by living things, the remains of this tree have sat for years.  Once it was as lush as the other […]

Living with ADHD: Listen! Did You Smell That?

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Living with ADHD | No Comments
Living with ADHD: Listen! Did You Smell That?

Continuing with my Living with ADHD series… This is MY Story Life with ADHD is a very individual experience. There are so many different factors that make us who we are. ADHD is not who I am; it’s just one of the many threads woven into the tapestry that is me, and that tapestry is uniquely […]

Living with ADHD: Cooking with ADHD

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Living with ADHD | No Comments
Living with ADHD: Cooking with ADHD

Forget graphic arts. Forget web design. I think I may have found my calling in life. I think I need to write a cookbook for people with ADHD … “Cooking with ADHD: Help for the Domestically Challenged.” I like to cook… sometimes. I love to bake… sometimes. There are a couple of recurring problems, however. Most women with ADHD have some […]

Living with ADHD: An Introduction

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in Living with ADHD | No Comments
Living with ADHD: An Introduction

I don’t have a short attention span, I just… This week, I’m beginning a series call “Living with ADHD.” I will be chronicling various aspects of life live in the distraction zone; cooking, cleaning the house, working, going to church, driving, eating out, phone calls, reading books, conversations, parenting, and an insanely bad short-term memory. […]

Good Friday on Monday

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in The Truth | No Comments
Good Friday on Monday

This is a follow-up on my last post “Good Friday”. I referenced a podcast by Brian Zahnd call “A Beautiful Gospel.” I found this video today that has part of that message. It’s short (approx 15 mins.).

Good Friday

Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in The Truth | One Comment
Good Friday

It’s hard to know exactly where to start this.  It’s hard because it is a goal of mine to keep my posts as short as possible.  This is a story that is hard to condense, but I will try. I have come to believe that I have believed many subtle errors about God.  Subtle.  Subtle […]

53.3 Great and Wonderful Things About Working At Home

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in The Truth | No Comments
53.3 Great and Wonderful Things About Working At Home

I’m feeling very uninspired this week.  While there are several inspirational fragments floating around in my brain, I am unable to coax any of them out and make a blog out of them yet.  But there is always something to talk about, and while I’m sitting here at my desk, I thought I’d just share […]

It’s Friday!

Posted by on Apr 11, 2014 in The Truth | No Comments
It’s Friday!

It’s Friday!  I made it through a busy week that included a strangely large amount of work and filing our taxes. It seems very appropriate to look forward to kicking back and enjoying Palm Sunday weekend with nothing much to do.  Even the weather is cooperating.  We might even run off to the beach Sunday. […]

Tax Day at the Warehouse

Posted by on Apr 9, 2014 in The Truth | No Comments
Tax Day at the Warehouse

It’s tax day at the Warehouse.  It’s not entirely last minute.  There are 7 more days before they are actually due.  This is early for me. I have to work up to things like this.  Yesterday, I decided that today would be the day this would get done. This morning, I had to remind myself […]

Cherry Blossoms

Posted by on Apr 9, 2014 in Photo of the Week | No Comments
Cherry Blossoms

Every spring, in Newport News, VA, we are treated to a beautiful display of cherry blossoms along Canon Blvd. They are gorgeous in their own right, any time, but they always serve to announce that Spring is finally here. That was a particularly welcomed message last week since we experienced more winter than we really […]