Irish and non-Irish alike celebrate St. Patrick's Day each March 17, but it's time you understand the true history of the holiday.
Keep something positive in front of you at all times.
Attitude...it's no laughing matter. But come to think of it, your attitude can help you laugh, or it can help you cry. What's it going to be?
My partner, Jocelyn, once again worked a minor miracle by scoring me yet another interview with Jesus.
Me: Hi, Jesus. I really appreciate you taking the time to talk, especially since this is your busy season.
Jesus: Busy season? I’m not Santa! It’s just my birthday. Actually, it’s a slow time for me.
Me: Really? Why’s that?
Jesus: Don’t get me started. I mean, people use my name all the time, like “Merry Christmas” and all, but people don’t really think about me when they say it. It’s like when you pass someone at work and ask,...
Monday can set the tone for the whole week. So when the preschool worker this morning had a little tone in her voice as we dropped off Sierra, it got me thinking.
Monday’s often follow tiring weekends where we either try to pack in as much fun as possible, or we play catch-up on all of the things we’ve neglected around the house because we’ve been…well, working. A Monday is just the natural consequence of a weekend…and being born of non-trust fund parents. So it’s okay to not be thrilled about your once a week re-entry into the work routine.
Frankly, I waited to write this blog until just now because…well, you know, just in case Harold Camping was right. I don’t usually subscribe to the viewpoints of lunatics with a preoccupation towards end-of-day prophesies, but even a broken clock is right twice a day. So it stands to reason if someone predicts the end of the world every day for a lifetime, the odds of that coming true are greater that if that person just predicts the end of the world one time only. Yeah, the odds go up with each prediction.
Alas, Harold Camping was wrong. And it’s sad that many of his...