Three Kings’ Day–and how it almost wasn’t!

“Mom–can I help you put away the hats and gloves?” offered The Girl, a few hours after arriving back home after another epic Christmas road trip to visit grandparents.  Grateful for the help, I let her sort out the scarves, hats, mittens, and gloves, while I unpacked another suitcase. I few minutes later, I strolled…

Love Your Neighbor

Whatever our personal opinion on the Migrant Caravan may be, if we call ourselves Christian, we have one response. Love.

The Benefits of Absentee Voting

I can probably count the number of elections I’ve voted in, in person, on one hand. I’ve spent most of my adult life living outside of the district I’m registered in, so my county’s election board and I have an increasingly friendly relationship.  (OK–that’s putting it a little dramatically.  They’re always professional.  But since I…