In this series, the author shares her life as a Baby Boomer, with special attention to the social and political trends of the mid-twentieth century until present day.
what does it mean to "anthropomorphize" -- that is, to see elements of our human selves in nature? Is it a bad thing?
An unexpected turn of events has brought a change of plans to Dr. Rachel Weinberger and her group. Someone very special has died and the beast is loose. There are rumors of a Northern Lands where strange things happen. Will this be a new adventure?
This article gives thirteen Bible verses about birds, and it provides data about old and recent religions' views of feathered creatures.
I have survived wearing glasses, contact lenses, LASIK surgery and a cataract operation. I am forever grateful to modern science. technology and the amazing people who made this possible.
Little did I know that by listening to my heart instead of my head that a life would change forever. In all my life as a teacher I had never graded a student that way.
We have taken the first step out of many required for domestic adoption. This step feels like a monuments undertaking but in reality, it is just one of the little things required to get our big kid home to us. We have no idea what this journey is going to look like but we're excited to share it!
A poem about rivers along with information about rivers in the U.S. and in literature is in this article.
When you first meet someone you enjoy his/her company. You want to hold his/her hand. If you are in love, you still want to hold his/her hand years later.
We all mess up in various ways, and the guilt and shame can be devastating. Here's how the Bible says we can recover from our mess-ups, and get back on track in our lives.
Perseverance is the foundation of achievers. Without persistence we give up and when we give up we never know whether we could have succeeded.