Mar 6, 2014
As Americans, we have the unfortunate habit of thinking about others by seeing their actions and reactions from our point of view.
Feb 27, 2014
The first two months of 2014 are all but done, and there is only a little more than eight months until the midterm elections. The House is projected to remain Republican. In the Senate, the seats up for election are currently split between 21 Democratic seats and 15 Republican seats.
Feb 20, 2014
Thursday is my mother's birthday; she would have been 78. This is the first year that she won't be with us to celebrate, but will be in heaven looking down. In my mind, she is still with us in spirit and love.
Feb 13, 2014
They can make fun of us if they want. Georgians know that grace and generosity are more important than blame.
Feb 6, 2014
Two ads are seared into my memory from childhood. One is by Keep America Beautiful for Earth Day in 1970. The commercial portrayed what appeared to be an American Indian crying over the pollution that littered our country.
Jan 30, 2014
As parents of two middle schoolers (eighth grade and sixth) my husband and I spend time attempting to help them develop characteristics that we believe are useful and good.
Jan 23, 2014
My mother's father died of cancer before I was born. My mother was pregnant with me, but had not told her father that she was to have a second child. The story I've been told is that they opened him up to remove the cancer — and found it everywhere.
Jan 17, 2014
The start of the year is when many companies, organizations, families, and people review their plans and their priorities. This process often includes deciding where they should focus their time, energy and effort, and how to judge, at year's end, whether they have succeeded.