What would you do, if a loved one is stricken with dementia or Alzheimer's disease? It's not an easy situation and it can be an emotionally rough battle for the family and friends. Though she hasn't been diagnosed, my mother is demonstrating the early signs of dementia. Thankfully, I live in a community where I can … Continue reading A Review of “Reflection: A Caretaker’s Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease
One day, I came across a curious conversation on Facebook. My niece was telling of an interesting encounter. What happened? My niece was on a train and there was a man preaching God. Sounds harmless, right? There is just one thing. The man is wearing a Superman costume and preaching God. It seems the man thought … Continue reading Calling Superman!
A few months ago, a friend introduced a fascinating game called Minecraft. It's a sandbox style game. This means the game is open and there are no set goals. You just build whatever you can imagine. There is also an online multiplayer version. Be forewarned, this game is quite addictive. It was for me. After … Continue reading What Is In Your Hand?
This morning, I came across an article on Fox News web site. It's called " Denver's Religious Communities Rally Around Tim Tebow As He Pulls Off Another 'Miracle' Win." I found it enjoyable to see Christians, Muslims and Jews openly liking this man's openness about his faith in God. As I normally don't watch NFL … Continue reading Tim Tebow, A True Student of St. Francis?
On December 14th, I joined in the madness called Christmas shopping at the local WalMart. The store was fairly crowded, as one can expect for this time of year. Everyone was hurrying to locate that special gift. In all the scurrying about, I could not help but ask "Am I remembering the reason that I … Continue reading The Christmas Rush