For the past couple of weeks I’ve written about my ponderings on the word EXQUISITE. You can find those earlier posts here.
Exquisite, by definition
A Close Up Look at EXQUISITE
But today’s post is the visual example of how paying exquisite attention affects our ability to finish what we have started.
This fall, our daughter, Brielle, ran a marathon. Continue reading Finish Exquisitely
This past week, my daughter lost a mentor. Denny Griffith had been the president of CCAD, Columbus College of Art & Design while she was a student there. She describes him often as such an instrumental person, a spectacular man, an artist, and a person of influence.
I always marveled at the closeness she felt toward him. And then I read one of her Facebook posts this week. She wrote: Continue reading That’s Influence!
All day long I have thought of you! Since 7:28am this morning. It is almost unfathomable to realize it has been 26 years since the date of your birth!
This evening I just sat pondering your birth.
We lived in Honeybrook, PA. I remember waking up in the middle of the night, about 1:00am and by 3:00am we were making our way to the hospital. It don’t take long at all after that. You couldn’t wait. There you were! 7:28am.
It was amazing! You were amazing! Continue reading For 26 years…!