This was my morning Bible study. Being an organizer, I couldn’t help but take notice of this passage. Today is trash day in my neighborhood. Each week on my Tuesday morning walk, I simply can’t ignore the amount of trash we all send to the landfills. It always makes me flinch. When I spent a month in New York City, it was even more apparent and appalling. When I worked in the corporate world, I created the recycling program for my employer all the way back in 1990. I ga
Happy Mother's Day! This quote from @countrylivingmag makes me think of my mom. Being a mom is the most rewarding and humbling job there is. I’m fortunate I get to spend the day with my daughter tomorrow but regret I can’t even give my mom a hug since she is in lockdown quarantine at her memory care facility. Just wishing, and hoping, and praying all is well. Picture 1 is 20 years ago, 2000. To quote Bob Seger “20 years where’d they go”? Picture 2 was in 2004 and the last p
My neighbors here in Franklin are so creative and generous in spirit. I never know what delight I'll see while on my morning walk. Something always seems to catch my eye. Today it was this lovely sentiment. Hoping we don't need to be reminded to do this but it is certainly a great way to ask "hmm, can I do better? " Here is a short list of gentle reminders. As wonderful as my neighborhood is a few folks do need to remember #5 on the list.