A Woman of Few Words

Yesterday was the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address — the inspirational and famously short speech that Lincoln predicted would not be long-remembered. In only 272 words President Lincoln was praised for reinvigorating national...

Copy and Steal Everything

It’s a habit that started about 20 years ago… Attending a conference for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), we participants were all sharing best ideas and lessons learned via jobs in alumni and donor relations. One of the...

Jealous Anyone?

Am I the only one plagued with the subtle voice saying I’m denied? Suggesting I’ve missed out, been passed over, came a minute too late to the party everyone else is attending? We have so much, you and I. So rich compared to just about anyone. Food, health, family,...

The Tension of Dreaming Big Yet Being Content

I got an email a few days ago that captured a common question. A friend wrote…. I know God has put certain desires in my heart, but also has placed me here in this season for a reason. At times it can be challenging to live in the now, learning practical things and...

Stop and Smell the Achievement

I was quite excited yesterday when my publisher sent the link to the new updated edition of my book, Remember the Roses, now available on Kindle (printed copies available in just a few more days!) This new edition includes a redesigned cover and discussion questions...

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