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The Balance of Fatherhood

I am going to state up front that this blog post will challenge you. Plus, it will not provide any answers to help you, but I hope to provide an opportunity to spend time reflecting on the importance of your career and of fatherhood. 582 more words


A Heavenly Gaze

“Sitting by the edge of this lake, I feel the submissive nature of water. Calmness is regrown from the agitation of rivers and thunderstorms. I wish I could be a little bit like it.” He explained it with his eyes deep lost into the vastness of water. 285 more words



Wednesday 23rd May

It’ll never go back

To how it was before

Life won’t be same

Of that you can be sure

But love and light… 30 more words


Parents Win Lawsuit Against Son Who Refused To Move Out

I lived with my parents until I was 25 and I still felt like a bum. The difference is that I helped my mom with rent and chores unlike Michael Rotondo who not only refused to move out of his parents house but never wanted to do either of those. 214 more words


Family means all...

I’ve been rather quiet on here and social media in general lately as I have had so much going on I’ve let it slip. ┬áSo far this month I have submitted a book to my editor, started a new story, went to San Antonio for the Wanderlust in San Antonio author event, gone to El Paso to celebrate┬áMothers Day and my DIL’s birthday and meet my new grandpuppy (Aki), and most recently had a scare at home with our dog… 473 more words


A Mother's Love

For nine months you carried me. Wrapped in your warmth, I felt your heartbeat. I was in tune with your emotions, every feeling, every sensation. Suspended within your womb, I traveled with you; … 547 more words

A boy, cat puke, and a cookie.

‘Eww. Yuck!’
Our two year old said to
The cat puke on the floor
‘Yea that’s yuck. Don’t touch it.’
He never does
He just stands there and points… 86 more words