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Big Business Christianity
As Christians, we talk, and think, a lot like office workers: We are intentional. We are dynamic. We are community. We work as a team and we are family. We pursue excellence. We focus on numbers — those sitting in … Continue reading
Posted in Art, blogging, Business, Christian, church, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, devotional, Encouragement, Faith, Family, fine art, home, inspirational, Life, Lifestyle, painting, religion, spirituality, success, Uncategorized, Work Tagged business, Christianity, church, corporation, Jesus, office 1 Comment
“Quiet” and “Shy” Are Not the Same Word
At one time, like a lot of reserved people, I considered myself shy. The misconception is understandable, given that once a room fills with more than four unrelated people, I clam up like an oyster trapped inside a mussel shell, … Continue reading
Posted in Art, blogging, Business, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Encouragement, Growth, home, Humor, inspirational, Job, Life, Lifestyle, News, Personal, Random, Relationships, success, Uncategorized, Work Tagged office, quiet, shipping, shy, store, tape 11 Comments
The Summer of Our Contentment
Colleagues at home, I know you know what I’m talking about, even more so now because it’s summer and there are extra people in the office for the next couple months. Continue reading
Posted in Art, Beauty, blogging, Business, Christian, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Economy, Encouragement, Family, Growth, health, Humor, Job, Life, Lifestyle, Motherhood, News, Personal, Random, Relationships, Uncategorized, Work Tagged artist, Carolyn Henderson, chauffeur, children, errands, family, home, hozro, humor, Middle Aged Plague, mystery, Navaho, Norwegian, novels, office, Polish, pool, Steve Henderson, summer, swimming, time, Tom Cruise, Tony Hillerman 8 Comments
Seriously — Is My Health Insurance Company Really My Family?
One of the most memorable offerings that I received this Valentine’s Day was a gigantic red and white card, teeming with colossal, poofy, happy hearts and a warm, loving message signed, “Your Extended Family.” My health care plan. Also known … Continue reading
Posted in Animals, Art, Beauty, blogging, Business, Christian, Culture, Current Events, Daily Life, Economy, Encouragement, Family, Growth, Humor, Job, Life, Lifestyle, Motherhood, News, Personal, Politics, Random, Relationships, Uncategorized, Work Tagged African, Angela, Clinton, Dwight, family, father, God, health, health care, Hillary, insurance, madonna, Michael Scott, middle aged, mother, nuclear family, office, parent, society, Stanley, toddler, Valentine, village, Webster Leave a comment
The Issue of “Choice”
In the potluck table of life, we’re allowed one pass through, with some people’s options stopping shortly after they have picked up the plastic cutlery, and others wending through all the way to the desserts — not much choice in that aspect. None of us really know if we’ll be called off the planet just as we’re deciding between the scalloped potatos with the cheese, or the dish that features ham but no cheese.
Posted in Art, Christian, Culture, Encouragement, Family, Growth, Humor, Job, Life, Motherhood, Personal, Random, Relationships, Uncategorized, Work Tagged career, choice, homemaker, Mommy Wars, office, potluck 6 Comments