What if we could bottle up all the good things about summer, the pace, the lightness, the fun, and bring that into our school year lives? How might we do that?
The list of things that I haven’t quite learned is endless. But I’m learning to cut myself some slack on that though, because after all, isn’t learning the point of living?
What traveling cross country taught us about the state of our country.
Everyone at any point in time has the opportunity to provide a miracle for someone else. You’ve just got to be open to it.
Time seems to be playing a fun little trick on us all right?
I welcome the day and everything that come with it, because I know it’s for my healing.
You know it’s time to call it quits for your time on the road when you keep hearing children repeat the phrase… stop copying me…
I believe that it’s our job as parents to take the lead in introducing and guiding our kids through difficult subjects well before they’re exposed elsewhere.
There’s something about road trips that bring a family together and shows you what you’re made of.
We should all be reflecting in this moment about what we value, and ask ourselves, is this a reflection of those values? (Notice I didn’t say, what you believe. Beliefs are different than values). I suspect that even for those of us on opposite sides of the conversation, we likely share some similar values. Perhaps we should start there as our way forward together.