Relationships are intriguing. Some last a lifetime like with your family, spouse, or children. Others last a season. Others last a job opportunity. Others last until a graduation takes place. Yet, there are a very small few which last a lifetime. Many have in the last several years picked up friendships from social media. Friends … Continue reading The Gift of Goodbye
Recently, I was sharing with my boys about the importance of guarding your soul. I used the example of a sponge. Our soul is like a sponge and our ears and eyes are the pores which flows everything into our soul. I grew up an only child. No siblings were there to tell me any … Continue reading Your Soul is Like a Sponge
Adoption found us. Though we tried countless ways to biologically have children, adoption eventually was in the greater plan God had for us and our children too. When I met Karen, I was already raising a teenager, Jerome, whom I had been raising since he was eight years old. One of the very first conversations Karen and I had was when she stopped me one day in a hallway and inquired about adoption. She had wanted to adopt as well.