Category: Blog

Kids and COVID-19

April 24, 2020 - Blog

At seven years old, Jane’s tears were proof she didn’t want to be in my office, but her mother had insisted. Jane had a long splinter in her hand, which she’d gotten while climbing trees with her five-year-old brother....

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Bringing Out The Best

April 20, 2020 - Blog

With COVID-19 demanding most of our attention these days, personal protective equipment (PPE) like N-95 masks for healthcare workers is in short supply. I’m blessed to work with several physician groups who have been diligent in providing PPE for...

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Real Heroes

April 17, 2020 - Blog

Along with COVID-19 fears, isolation, and toilet paper hoarding, we’re surrounded by negatives these days. But this week, as uncertainty swirled around us, something else was going on—something that gets very little attention, but it should, because It’s becoming...

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What is Thicker Than Blood?

March 2, 2020 - Blog, Writing

My new International thriller, Thicker Than Blood, is close to my heart. As fiction, inspired by real events, many are asking how much of the story is true and how much is not. That’s a tricky question. Here is...

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Christmas Traditions!

December 20, 2019 - Blog, God

When we began having children, everything changed, especially the holidays. Wendy started it all when she came on the scene in … I can’t tell you the year—it’s a secret. But the picture I have included in this post...

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How Do I Get On The Right Track?

September 21, 2016 - Blog

One day after undergoing chemo treatment in New York City, Gwen and I explored the vast metropolis via the subway system. We were attempting to travel by train to the location we wanted to visit—the Statue of Liberty. But...

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