I’m on the road again … again. Driving to Chicago to attend Payton’s high school graduation. My fondest wish is that this will be the first of eight grandchildren high school graduations I will be blessed to attend. I just left the University of Missouri (Mizzou) in Columbia where Payton plans to enter college this
Are they cookies or caca? Ever wonder how web developers coined the term cookies? Nearly 40 years ago, as Marie and I were expecting our first child together, we were enjoying a family dinner with her and my children. In a rare moment of family unity, they shared curiosity about what this new baby would
. . . 80% of kindergarten kids got the answer, compared to 17% of Stanford University seniors. What is greater than God, More evil than the devil, The poor have it, The rich need it, And if you eat it, you’ll die?
The following was written for our colleagues at Clapper Publishing Company but could relate to just about anyone in any role in life. A husband once boasted that he made all of the big decisions in his family. His teenage son quipped, “Yeah, like how to solve the national debt, and what to do about
Magic doesn’t simply go poof. It’s a chain of events mysteriously linked together and leading to a surprise outcome that tests believability. Recently I was amazed to find myself a link in just such a chain. And though it came and went almost unnoticed, for one life it was magic. Link one (or at least