Learning to Walk

My¬† sister-in-law ran a 50 mile race a few weeks ago. That accomplishment fills me with respect. At the end of the race I have no doubt that she was gleeful at the victory, exhausted, but happy. Such an achievement of dedication cannot happen without perseverance. This example is very visual and overt. There are … More Learning to Walk


Some days I wake up so excited to see everything you will do I wake up hungry to hold your soft hands that are learning so well to hold a spoon But the feeling so quickly disappears with your first resistance to my direction My anger swallows the patience I thought I had for you … More Oatmeal