Cleaning Out

I have been in a bit of a funk lately. I am not sure of the exact cause, but it may have to do with a bad case of poison ivy that I got while doing some work in the woods. Constant itching and lack of sleep doesn't put one in a chipper mood. The … Continue reading Cleaning Out

Water

One of the many pleasures of being a father is attending morning Mass with by boys at their school.  Each one has Mass on a different day, so I have a chance to have special time with each of them individually.  I am grateful that I have a schedule that allows me to do this … Continue reading Water

Transform It, Don’t Transmit It

A remarkable thing happened on our family's Spring Break vacation.  We skied the slopes of Breckenridge.  Our boys got autographs of some players of the Denver Nuggets and an autograph from Isiah Thomas (of the Bad Boys, not the Nugs).  We watched an amazing game with a last second shot by the Nuggets to win.  … Continue reading Transform It, Don’t Transmit It

Lessons

"Failure is your best teacher."  I do not know who said this, but I find it to be true.  My growth has come more from my failures than my successes.  Lord knows that I have had plenty of failures.  Sometimes it takes multiple failures for the lessons to sink in. In my younger days, I … Continue reading Lessons

My Moral Compass

We all have a moral compass within us that tells us the way we are supposed to live our lives.  Sometimes, it is hard to read and we unintentionally go off course.  Sometimes, it is easy to read and we knowingly take the wrong path. I have ignored my moral compass more times than I … Continue reading My Moral Compass

Reconnecting with Life

We are truly living in a remarkable time.  This is the Information Revolution.  We literally carry computers and camera with us wherever we go.    We have the ability to look up anything we want at anytime.  No more pulling the Encyclopedia Britannica off the shelf, traveling to the library, or just going outside to … Continue reading Reconnecting with Life