October is always my "crazy, busy" month. Or, at least, it has been ever since I had breast cancer. The brand marketer in me knows that since October is the month designated for breast cancer awareness there will be a flurry of activity as everyone jumps on the band-wagon. And, sure enough, when October hits my book sales… Continue reading Perspectives On A Pink October
Faith reflections on dichotomies experienced while traveling through Pennsylvania.
I was visiting with a friend today and she shared a harrowing story of her grandmother that ended quite beautifully, thanks in large part to some lovely, dare we say, radiant strangers. It goes like this. Her grandmother, about 85, decided to walk five blocks to a convenient store. Sure, her daughter and granddaughter were… Continue reading A Light in the Dark
Let me take you back, many, many years ago when your author, as a 7 or 8 year old, had a horrible headache. I remember it well. Truly, I had never had a headache before so I couldn't figure out what was occurring, but my little head was just pounding. I went into the kitchen… Continue reading A Horrible Headache
A few years I met a spectacular woman, Natoshia. Here is the story, it was all a "mistake!" You see, she had made a call, only to discover she had dialed the wrong number. But, my friend, who answered the phone, chatted with her a little bit and told her she should meet me. … Continue reading The Gift of a Wrong Number