This last Sunday evening I made a quick trip to our local, suburban grocery store. As I left the nearly empty parking lot and waited at the red light to turn on to Arapahoe Road, a young/old woman stood to my left holding a worn cardboard sign that read, “Single mom need help.” I quickly … More Brother, can you spare a dime?
My son-in-law’s sister, April, is married to a commercial fisherman who works in the North Pacific. With her six month daughter in tow, she is visiting my daughter’s family here in Denver from her home in a small community on the Oregon coast. She needs the break: her husband, Keith, left for the Gulf of … More Captains Courageous
My wife and I had the fun of baby sitting our two young granddaughters the other evening while our daughter and her husband got a little time to themselves. After dinner, I suggested to my older granddaughter, Bridgette, that we toddle around the corner to see our elderly friend, Marsha. It wasn’t a hard … More Cognitive Dissonance