Before our daughter passed, it was pretty natural for us to talk with our family, friends and co-workers about her. She was born with cerebral palsy, and it caused issues with her both physically and intellectually. She was perpetually 5 years old and, at nearly 25 years of age, loved Barney, the Wiggles and Disney... Continue Reading →
Music ignites my soul when I'm sad, happy or indifferent. And it isn't only the melody.
Life is a Journey, Not a Destination. Okay. This is a cliché, and perhaps a tired one. In fact, reading it myself, I envision a campy poster with a picture of a guy repelling off the side of a cliff high in the air. You know, the type of poster your middle school English teacher had... Continue Reading →