Just Checking In…

It’s been a while since I last blogged. I took several months to prepare and adjust to significant life changes. I stepped down from various leadership and volunteer activities. I said no to requests to participate in new activities. I really took time to recalibrate my life. This wasn’t an easy process because I felt… Read More

Have We Really Overcome?

Human trafficking, racism, domestic violence, and corporate layoffs are just a few of the negative headlines highlighted each day. It’s almost unbearable to watch the news because the focus seems to be on adverse situations around the world. How can a society that has made significant advancements in technology, educational pursuits, income levels and communication… Read More

When Busyness Consumes You

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. Why? It’s really quite simple. Busyness has consumed me. I was involved in several professional organizations. I volunteered for several non-profit assemblies. I started working for a new company that required much more time, effort, diligence and travel availability. However, this company provided limited opportunity to vacation and… Read More

A Child’s Outcry

In my last blog, I shared that God calls us to do things that are inconvenient, uncomfortable and undesirable.  These instances often challenge our normal thinking patterns and enable us to see things from a different perspective.  Serving as a juror changed my entire viewpoint of the judicial system.  I witnessed the personal account of… Read More

To Be or Not to Be a Juror: You Decide

For some reason everyone dreads jury duty and up until recently, I was one of those people. There’s frustration in having one’s routine interrupted. There’s normally a lengthy jury selection process that involves excessive waiting. Not to mention the fact that because of the time away from one’s job, workloads are often excessive upon return.… Read More