It was “take your kid to work” week for our family this week. I usually have an entourage with me when I show up to my workplace, but Eric just gets that joy only once or twice a year. He took Caleb with him Tuesday so I took Evan with me.
I work with my mother two half days a week. She makes legs and arms — a prosthetist.
Yeah, I know. Continue reading “Hey mom, remember that time…..”
Nearly eight years ago, Eric and I were hurt by someone. We were talking to a wise friend who told us something that we still remember to this day. “People will always disappoint you, but God never will.”
People do disappoint. We are mankind; it’s what we do. Continue reading “When people suck”
As many of you know, our oldest son Michael is raising money — $30,000 — to build a classroom for a school in Uganda. A couple months ago we hosted a silent auction to help with this endeavor. It was a daunting task, and part of the deal was that we had to go to businesses around town asking for donations. Asking for stuff is never fun, but when it’s for an 11 year old kid to build a school in Africa, it’s not so bad. Continue reading “Why our family will not be shopping at Academy”