It can be argued that single people have a lot more freedom than married people – freedom to focus on a career, travel, to use the remote, to spend or save discretionary income. There’s also freedom to date, which can be either a lot of fun or a royal pain in the you-know-what, depending on… Continue reading types of men
Sarah Markley has been writing a very important series this week, titled “My New Name.” She’s a gifted writer, and this series courageously details the steps that took her into an affair, and nearly destroyed her marriage. It’s a story every woman needs to read. Begin with Part 1, here.
Promise Keepers conference invites women for first time. Been there, done that. Sold the T-shirts. Heh.
I’ve had more time to visit my local library lately, which is older and smaller than most. I like to glance through the stacks at some of the older books. That’s how I came across “The Listener,” by Taylor Caldwell. First published in 1960, it seemed to have a certain relevance for today’s need to… Continue reading A Listener
Twitter is often described as “micro-blogging.” So it occurred to me that if one were to put all those little “tweets” together on a particular topic they might actually constitute a, well… regular blog. Let’s try it. Tracking the journey from the day I was laid off until today: June 10: A day of transition.… Continue reading unemployed twittering
Time recently posted a very hopeful article on the status of marriage in America. I say hopeful, because it articulated a view that was far from “politically correct.” Some excerpts: “There is no other single force causing as much measurable hardship and human misery in this country as the collapse of marriage. It hurts children,… Continue reading Hope for Marriage