Category Books

Love Them Where They Are

Like sunshine on an overcast day rays of the man I knew peek through the clouds leaving me longing for more. How well we who have loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease know the feelings of this poem found in the beginning of my book, Navigating Alzheimer’s. One minute our mother seems to recognize us and […]

Timeless Message for Peace

“Throughout history, some level of unrest has existed. Since the creation of humanity and the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, we’ve argued our differences, often to extreme outcomes. No one can deny that any pockets of peace our planet is currently experiencing are isolated and fragile. The extent of violence […]

Prayers from and to the Communion of Saints

The reality of losing a loved one can take some time to hit home. Intellectually we know that person is no longer physically present, but we lag behind emotionally. My husband, Marshall, passed away on March 8th. It’s been a rough month and a half getting used to him being gone. In an effort to […]

Spoke Too Soon

“It would be better to be guarded in your words than always asking pardon.” Saint Theodora/Mother Theodore Guerin One of the greatest benefits of writing is the ability to edit. We have opportunity to reflect and correct before publishing. All too often, our spoken words need to be clarified. We hear our own ridiculousness and […]

We Can’t Know for Sure

We want to know how and when. And we want to know now! In our age of information, we have little patience for situations that aren’t easily answered with data, definitive answers, and quick fixes. We just want to take a pill or pay the bill and get on with things. Yet, there are so […]