All of my family will readily agree that patience is not a virtue I possess. Former bosses have rightly suggested that I am ready, fire, aim. I live life at 75 miles per hour. But now, I live in a 35 miles per hour town, work at a 10 miles per hour campus and hang … More Waiting…
Today was court day for the momma of our Little A. I knew and actually prayed that the judge would agree that it was time for our little 24 pound bundle of joy to go home. So I was not surprised when my phone rang at 11:50 this morning and Little A’s case manager was … More Returning Library Books
I was crazy to quit a job I loved doing work that I was really good at. We were crazy to sell our house and at least ½ of our possessions and move to Savannah. We were foolish to think being foster parents in a town where we knew practically no one and had … More Crazy
Little girl’s teacher sent me note yesterday that said, “Can you speak with H about her talking and playing in class’s and in the lunch room?” Absolutely. So on the way home from school we had a discussion about what happened and why her teacher was so put out with H’s behavior yesterday that she … More What is wrong with our schools? One word – STUPID.
Tim and I have a little inside joke. He often asks me to look at stuff as we are driving down the road and often I can’t see what he is pointing out. In the past this frustrated him and he would point again and tell me it is right, there. I’d get angry and … More Perspective
After a week of I wants, and I needs, and you didn’t does from my favorite two little FC’s I was feeling pretty beat up and beat down by weekend. Doesn’t it just seem like Christmas brings out the worst in kids in terms of a sense of entitlement? I had a discussion with R … More Gratitude
I can not believe it but that question is now uttered in my house no less than a dozen times a day. I’d like to wax poetic about the evils in this world where a child aged 12 needs to be reminded to flush the toilet after going both #1 & #2 but I’ll save … More Did you flush?