The loss was hard, his team was never really in the game. His friends were cringing as they watched the action, the errors in their friend's offense and defense skills were evident. After the game, they smiled and said good job anyway. "Thank you guys. Appreciate your support. I can't believe how biased the refs… Continue reading Empathizing vs. Commiserating
One of the greatest joys in the world is a deep, shake-your-bones belly laugh. Or doing something unexpected and extraordinarily kind for someone else. Or pausing and being amazed by something simple and wondrous that it is typically taken for granted. Or stepping aside so someone can experience success and recognition instead of you. One of… Continue reading Note to Self.
No Dogs Allowed I never wanted a dog. First of all, I am allergic to dogs. Second, they smell and make nasty landmines in the yard. Third, they are a lot of work. Somehow my husband finally convinced me that we should get a dog. Somehow my husband always convinces me that we need anything… Continue reading Wag Your Tail Right Into Our Hearts