It was once said, “It is not enough to be busy; the question is, what are we busy about?” Make no doubt, all schools are busy. What a school chooses to be busy about not only defines the school, but sets each school apart—one from another.
Even in the face of the ongoing Covid pandemic, or maybe in response to the pandemic, 2021 for me has turned out to be a gem. Since it was packed year, I have lots to reflect upon.
We can leave many things for our children. Love may be the best of them.
We can remind young people that they’re already beautiful as they are; they don’t have to be someone else.
In the past few weeks I have been feeling something. Or maybe thinking something. Ok, actually, both. I haven't really been able to figure it out.
There is a theme going around in social media and church circles using the #HearHim hashtag. As soon as I heard about it, I knew I wanted to do a video sharing my testimony of how I #HearHim.
I will never forget that day. So glad I was able to take my children to the memorial. #911 #NeverForget #WeRemember #911Memorial #OneWorld #NewYorkCity
It has been snowing a lot here in Utah this winter. This past week we had a most beautiful snow fall. https://youtu.be/ioWnUwrliYg Big fluffy flakes floating, falling and finding a place of rest on a pine tree. Here is a universal truth: Every snowflake is unique. Even Horshack from the tv show "Welcome Back Cotter" knew that. While there … Continue reading Every Snowflake is Unique…and So Is Every Child