September 11’s 10th anniversary falls on a Sunday and for many, there are strong religious implications felt by the day’s significance.
Friends opened their home to us and that is no small offer for a family of four and one fairly large, 75 pound dog.
Sunday’s inspirational reading from my 91 year old grandmother came from the internet.
The story is about Shirley and Marcy and it reminds us how vulnerable we feel as our children begin to grow up and exert independence.
A light, but meaningful read for your Sunday pleasure.
Thursday, June 30 from 6 to 8:00 PM, teens are invited to Cafe Night at the Library hosted by In Search of Me Cafe.
This story about a blue rose comes from my 91 year old grandmother and reminds us that our actions have a greater impact than we realize.
In Search of Me Café will revolutionize the way positive life skills and self-help information is made available to young people.
Interactive Workshop, Teen Dating in the Digital Age, Friday, April 15, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the FSCJ at Jacksonville, Nassau Center.
The job often wore us completely out both physically and emotionally. She was absolutely an awesome person to have on my team!
The person or people involved in your toxic relationship are not necessarily bad people, they are just bad for you!
Finally, my mother asked for the microphone. I squeezed her hand tightly, gave her an assuring nod and then let go of my grip to reach for more Kleenex.
My daughter’s choice of mixing bowls advanced the count to five generations that had made Christmas cookies in this very same bowl.
For many of us, the holiday season reminds us of issues or people in our past that we would rather forget.
Over the years I have developed a method that adjusts my expectations of happiness to the realities of the moment. Creativity always seems to come up with the right answer.