Father’s day feels different after your dad has died. Last year, I wrote about my father’s last week on earth in this post. There is nothing easy… Read more “Father-less Day”
Vires Acquirit Eundo – She Gathers Strength As She Goes. This weekend, my tiny and mighty daughter is channeling her inner warrior as she goes into her… Read more “Vires Acquirit Eundo – She Gathers Strength As She Goes.”
I am the mother of a young, female swimmer. We spent her spring break in Atlanta watching the NCAA women’s championships at Georgia Tech. We were there, all day, every day, and here is what really happened.
Does everything happen for a reason? IS THERE MEANING TO THE EVENTS AND PEOPLE WE ENCOUNTER OR IS LIFE JUST A RANDOM SET OF CIRCUMSTANCES? Florida. January… Read more “The Last Gold and a Ten Year Old”
“This is my Father’s world,And to my listening earsAll nature sings, and round me ringsThe music of the spheres.This is my Father’s world:I rest me in the… Read more “This is my Father’s World”
On the cusp of my favorite tradition – Thanksgiving – sharing a journey that I’m particularly thankful for.
Stardust Legacy. Will there be touch football in Heaven?
Yesterday, at midnight, my father The Rev. Dr. Richard P. Camp, Jr., took his last breath on earth. A few years ago I asked him the meaning… Read more ““…be thou at peace…””
Yesterday was my father’s 84th birthday. Today is my parents 62nd wedding anniversary. This is the last celebration of both. They met senior year at Wheaton College… Read more “The Last hoorah”
Florida. 4pm on a Sunday. We do not speak of Quarantine like we do not speak of fight club. We call it “The Q” as if it… Read more “Gleaming the Q”