Thank God for Pneumonia — I Have Cancer Out of all the words I have ever spoken to my wife, these may have been the hardest yet. On Tuesday, August 20, my Pulmonologistâ€™s PA told me I needed a CT scan immediately. I had been dealing with fluid on my lungs and pneumonia that seeming […]
One of the greatest personal uses for EvernoteÂ in my spiritual life is in the area of prayer. In a wonderful men’s group I was apart of in 2012-2013 using the book The Resolution for MenÂ (based on the movie Courageous), our group leader gave each of us a copy of the prayer guides for our wives […]
Is it Tiny or Teeny ?
Back in May of this year, my family including my wife and two adorable, precious, gracious children made a list of sorts. It was on the Father’s (my) sticky note pad. Not the small one, mind you, the large 4×6 official sticky note pad. We made a list of things to do this Summer. We […]
Labor Day is for … a Birthday!
Today instead of commenting on Labor Day, I just want to recognize a very special young lady. Her sweet spirit and enormous creative talent are just a few of her wonderful character traits. From piano playing to drawing and sketching to crazily driving her (shared) golf cart, her enthusiasm is only matched by her love […]
With the very unexpected passing of Carol Arcuri from our faculty, our academic dean wisely (and firmly) recommended we all document our processes and clearly lay out our teaching order and calendar. It is a necessary tool for improvement to know what you did versus what you desired to do. In our case, it is […]