Today's post is by one of my male students who prefers to remain anonymous. Dear Nana, I know I am not the best at showing appreciation to you, but during this time of year thankfulness is a common subject that comes up. I want you to know that I am very thankful for you. You… Continue reading Dear Nana
Today's post is written by one of my students, Roy Meisinger, as a token of appreciation to his wife. Dear wife, I would like to take the time to tell you how thankful I am that God chose you to be my wife. I think sometimes I take you for granted, but truthfully you do… Continue reading A letter to my wife
Today's post is written by my student, Katrina King. As a mother, I can relate to the love and pride she expresses for her daughter in this letter. I hope to write a letter like this to Maggie someday. Dear Kai Hey girl, so I got an assignment in my Comp class, and I think it… Continue reading Dear Kai
Today's blog post is by my student, Ladonna Williams, as part of a brief writing assignment celebrating her marriage. To my loving husband: I want you to know that you have been a great inspiration in my life. Putting our friendship with love, we created our marriage. You accepted life’s responsibility and turned it into… Continue reading To my loving husband
Big thanks to my lifelong best friend, MeLissa Massey Horseman, for making gratitude a family affair. I love you, MeLissa. Dailen (9 ½) – I’m thankful for a house, my family, and myself. I feel that thankfulness means you are appreciative and have a good attitude about stuff people give you. Lexa (8) –… Continue reading Oh, to be thankful!
When company’s coming, I normally tidy up the house hurriedly, clearing up clutter quickly. Everything must find its home--James’ smelly socks sitting in the middle of the mudroom floor, Maggie’s tiny pile of clean laundry atop the dining table outside her room, the four coffee cups on the kitchen counter. Even if I don’t have… Continue reading Eating oranges
Today's guest blog post is written by my great friend Debra Dickey. I'm always thankful for her thoughtful reflections and beautiful contributions to my blog. Debra is definitely more than enough, and I'm thankful she's in my life. In my prime, there was no limit to how much I could take on and accomplish –… Continue reading Being all that I can be