This indecision’s (done) bugging me

Sometimes decisions come: easy - eggs poached rather than scrambled, black boots instead of brown, while at other times the choices are far more challenging - like naming a child or choosing where to make your home. The really hard decisions, though, are the ones we don’t want to make, the ones we avoid because … Continue reading This indecision’s (done) bugging me


Fifty years ago this very evening, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. I can’t help but wonder what he would think about the current state of race relations in our country. Would he have found his efforts to end racial discrimination and segregation to have been a worthy investment? When Barack Obama … Continue reading Pride