Jessica Liversidge was just 18 years old when she laid down to sleep in the early hours of Sunday morning, October 23rd. She never woke up. She was my niece through marriage, the only child of my wife Debbie's sister, Vickie, and Vickie's husband Joe.I had only seen Jess in person twice since she was … Continue reading Meeting Jessica
My mother was a very good woman, of that I am as certain as anything I have ever known in this life.She loved God, loved her family, and despite being overwhelmed by a debilitating illness that robbed her of much of her life's full enjoyment, she never ceased to express that love to either.My mom … Continue reading Thanks Mom?
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who takes the time to read these thoughts of mine. Anyone who cares enough about the way you think and express yourself to actually use some of their valuable time to bother reading is certainly worth thanking.There are many others in my life for whom I am thankful that they are … Continue reading Thank You, God
Fireworks light the sky at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Over this past weekend our country celebrated it's 233rd birthday. We the people of the United States of America celebrated in a variety of ways. Many flocked to the beaches along our coastlines. Even more celebrated with family or … Continue reading Reflections on the Fourth of July 2009
'John and Kate Plus Eight' are now apparently going to be just 'Kate Plus Eight', with John seeing the kids once in awhile, or taking them every other weekend, or having joint custody, or some other arrangement such as the beginning one where the kids will stay in the house, and John and Kate will … Continue reading Splitting Up for the Kids Sake is a Lie