Your Moral Compass

When I was a kid, depending on where we lived, I was often wandering through the woods with my dog(s) or exploring places on my bicycle. I could be gone for hours without alarming my parents or fearing for my safety. With my innate sense of direction (which totally eludes me when I’m driving now), … Continue reading Your Moral Compass

I forgot about His tears

It was a dark night.  Not the kind of dark created by a moonless night when the stars are hidden behind the clouds.  It was the kind of dark created by sadness when hope is hidden behind the clouds of despair. A loved one of mine was lost. Not that I couldn’t find her. The … Continue reading I forgot about His tears