Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Path to True Happiness

My oldest son, Bob, has been in Thailand for almost a year, teaching English to a classroom of middle school girls. Having never lived abroad before, he was ready to embrace the culture and take advantage of all the beauty

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A Mother’s Musings on Marriage

This past Saturday I experienced one of the most profound events of my life – the first of my three children’s marriage. Zachary, our second son, wed Molly, the love of his life. As a chaplain I probably officiate at

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In an Emergency? Attention Faculty, Staff and Students

The test for the emergency warning system just went off again…must be 9:55 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. It used to go off at 10 a.m., but faculty requested that it be moved to the transition time

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First World Problems

One of my favorite youtube clips is entitled: “When Kids In Third World Countries Read First World Problems” During this short video you see children as well as men and women in Haiti describe actual complaints from First World people.

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