Find Your Passion

When I was a senior in high school, I remember a conversation with a friend. She was tearful and distressed, saying we were about to go out into the world and she didn’t know who she was. What was she supposed to do with herself? I didn’t get it. I told her her name and […]

Stay Healthy!

A couple of months ago, Hubby and I visited our grandsons the week before I had a speaking engagement. I was afraid of getting sick because the last several times I visited our grandsons, I’d come home sick. The last time, it was tonsillitis. Before then, it was a nasty cold that lasted for six […]

How Will People Remember Me?

Three times this week, I’ve been exposed to the loss of people I know. I watched the funeral for President Bush. Some of the things at his funeral really moved me and caused me to think. To paraphrase, hatred corrodes whatever holds it, which is nutritious food for thought in today’s social climate. The other […]

College Debt

After reading a newspaper article this past week about college loans, I need to state the obvious. Getting a college degree is expensive. Just like buying a house or a car, taking out a loan to go to college should be done with a lot of forethought and financial planning. Before signing on the dotted […]