The following is a lesson on pain. It is my Facebook post from two weeks after Trenton’s second heart transplant…Read More
From the time Austin was a toddler, I kept notes in my day planner of little things my kids did and said, humorous comments I would have otherwise forgotten if not recorded. For the first time, I’m sharing a sample of them here…Read More
In the old days of 1995, we didn’t have social media. We didn’t have CaringBridge or Meal Train. Smartphones didn’t exist, nor did we text. In fact, email was just being discovered by early adopters.
Learn what technology has done for us...and to us.Read More
I’ve had a personal trainer for nearly three decades (I know, it doesn’t show), and recently brought on another. Why so long? Why add another? How does it relate to being Still Thankful? Find out here.Read More
As we celebrated Trenton’s first transplant anniversary, I wondered about the donor family, what they were NOT celebrating, how they were coping, and if we would ever connect. I wondered only one more month…Read More
Many don’t survive long enough to receive an organ transplant. Of those who do, many never meet their donor’s family. But think any have ever actually attended their donor’s funeral? I have...Read More
My father was a ranch hand as a boy. He played a part in D-Day. When my friends and I wanted to play football, Dad called then coach Barry Switzer to open the stadium at the University of Oklahoma – and Switzer did. And yet, Dad was just a regular guy.Read More