Category Archives: children

Reflexions from 2017

It is hard to believe that it is already December. This year has flown by so fast. I guess that’s what happens when you get older. The last couple months have been filled with so many struggles and negative events … Continue reading

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The New Adventure

Tuesday my wife and I started working at a different children’s home. We are working as relief houseparents this time watching the kids of different households so the regular houseparents can have some time off. This is the fourth children’s … Continue reading

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Loving Enough to Let Go

True love is not selfish. True love will seek the welfare of the one we love above our own desires. It’s been well over two decades now, but I can scarcely think of the event without tearing up. My daughter … Continue reading

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Father and Son: Man to Man

A couple of weeks ago my son and I took a road trip together to the Grand Canyon. This was a very special trip for me for a couple reasons: First, seeing the Grand Canyon is one of the things … Continue reading

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Trust and Commitment

A couple of our girls insisted upon my watching a YouTube video the other day and it is that video that prompted this post. I guess it was just meant to be funny and all, but the perspective some people have … Continue reading

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