“Sleep is good, he said, And books are better.” – George R. R. Martin.
Wow. I haven’t posted on my blog in quite awhile. Where does the time go? (translation: where does the discipline go?)
So in the interest of putting my foot back in the water (or in the bed, as it were), I thought I’d start with a light summer fare theme: what’s on your nightstand? Books, I mean. Even the ones on your Kindle or Nook. Read more
Today is the new Mrs. Jordan Dodson’s birthday. But really, it’s all of us in her new family who are receiving birthday blessings because she is now a part of us.
So for Hannah because she is loved and valued and wished the happiest of birthdays, here are 10 of the (many) reasons I think the world of her: Read more
This is a guest post by my young adult son, Dylan Dodson, author of the book True Grief, True Pain and a True God.
Let me start by saying I am not a parent. I don’t even have children. Read more
I love this Easter excerpt from No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max Lucado:
Look in Mark, chapter 16. Read the first five verses about the women’s surprise when they find the stone moved to the side. Read more
He asked which night I wanted him to come home for dinner this week so that he could give me one last dinner with just him and me and his youngest brother. And he didn’t know it, but his thoughtfulness made me cry. Read more
I like wisdom. I don’t like pain. I wish the best wisdom didn’t come from pain. I wish the deepest wisdom didn’t come from the deepest pain. (But I’ve lived and learned that it does.) Read more