All posts for the month March, 2014

We Have Today

When I woke up today, this clip from Dead Poets Society was in my head: The poem quoted is called To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time by Robert Herrick and goes like this: Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying; And the same flower that smiles today Tomorrow will […]

Adoption: How Did I Get Here?

Now that is a great question. It all started when our son was maybe a month old. One night, after he was rocked to sleep, my wife floated this harmless little thought: “Would you consider one more child? What do you think about adoption?” I was in my comfortable chair, having an adult beverage, watching […]

The Good Kind of Danger

We’re about to do something very dangerous in our home. Everyone knows about danger and what it can do. Danger can: keep you in check – If you’re afraid of the danger on the road of life, pull over and don’t move ahead. Stay put. be harmful – It’s perilous, messy and people get hurt. […]