Sunday Prayerathon

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post by daughter Shelby, who will be running her first marathon in Arizona on Sunday. She invites you to join with her   By Shelby Dee   Three years ago, I was unemployed. I sat down and made a list of what I thought would be attainable goals. [Read More…]

Medicare’s Flaws

Even King David grew to be an frail old fella, so why should any of us expect to escape such a fate? Indeed, according to an article by Jane Gross in the New York Times, 70 percent of the elderly will need extended care before dying. I suppose this is the upside to the good dying [Read More…]

Family Feuding

  The casket was sky blue with shiny new chrome. Her house had been painted blue, back when she was well enough to live it in on her own. Oh. There were things she couldn’t do anymore, not like she used to do. She couldn’t keep up with the watering in the summers. The dry land areas [Read More…]