Monthly Archives: April 2011

“Can I interest you in selling Amway?”

This past Saturday Scott was privileged to officiate at a friend’s wedding.  She is the daughter of our family physician and Reagan’s pediatrician – two wonderful people he has known since they were all in college together.  The ceremony was … Continue reading

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Living in the Light

An attitude of gratitude.  I hear that so much lately that it’s become a meaningless, trite cliche’, and I think that’s a shame.  There’s a great deal of wisdom in that little statement.  These past few weeks I’ve found myself … Continue reading

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A Life Well Lived, A Lasting Legacy

The dictionary defines integrity as an inner sense of “wholeness” deriving from qualities such as honesty and consistency of character, acting according to the values, beliefs and principles one claims to hold.  When I think of integrity, I think of Scott’s cousin, Mickey.  … Continue reading

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Small Town Girl, Small Town Lessons

When  was a little girl growing up in Humble, it truly was a small town.  Mrs. Meece ran the drugstore on Main Street, and Saturday mornings were an occasion because not only did we go to town to get groceries … Continue reading

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A Sacrifice Too Great

Unless you went to school under extremely difficult circumstances, I’ll bet you can think of at least one of your teachers with deep gratitude and affection.  I think teachers are some of the best people in the world, and I … Continue reading

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