As part of a church book study in February and March I was struck by a passage about gifts that has prickled at my mind every since. It’s always amazing, yet maybe not, when I encounter the same thought repeatedly over a period of months in a variety of places. Probably this is not a … Continue reading A Reflection on Gifts
Life changes regularly. Some changes are gradual, with fuzzy edges, perhaps, while others are more defined. Before I retired, I found a couple items in the three-dollar bins they had at my local craft store. They had the slogan “Unlock your Dreams & Explore your new Reality” boldly displayed. That slogan became my retirement motto … Continue reading Reflections on Quarantine Past
Video conferencing is not like meeting in person, is it? Since March, I use conferencing apps for four regularly scheduled appointments. Early on during the pandemic, I did family meetings, played chess with my son, and engaged in a few other virtual social events. Now, it’s pretty much just four. My WW (formerly Weight Watchers) … Continue reading Seating Charts for Video Conferences Please
School districts around the world are shuttering their doors for two or three weeks, vacations are discouraged, and social distancing is the new norm. Some parents are worried about what to do with their kids. On this website, you can find helpful links to learning activities to do with your kids if school is closed. … Continue reading Schools Closed. Now What?