Dismissed from drama school with a note that read,
“Wasting her time, she’s too shy to put her best foot forward.” Continue reading Failure A Great Fear Of Us All
A True Story Of A Father and Son’s Rocky Relationship
Used with permission. Continue reading Winning Is Everything!
Through the smallest things God will show His love for us that imprint on our minds for a lifetime. His perfect timing leaves no doubt in our mind that it was a “God Thing.” Continue reading God Will Supply Your Needs
Story NUMBER ONE
Many years ago, Al Capone virtually owned Chicago. Capone wasn’t famous for anything Continue reading Two Great Stories
These glorious insults are from an era before the English language got boiled down to
4-letter words. Continue reading When Insults Had Class
“Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season…” (II Timothy 4:2)When I think of “in season and out of season” I think of a snow shovel in August or swim trunks in the Arctic, but no matter what we think or feel we should be ready to share the Word at all times and at any time. The key is to do everything in love. Continue reading Bubblegum, Bibles And A Cigar Box
The beginning of my adventure started on October 17th, 1968. That is when I came to the Continue reading The Birth Of Our Daughter Amy
Amy moved back from South Carolina in 2001 – the same year my Dad passed on – the same year my son moved to Colorado. Amy was stressed about something, which neither of us can remember what it was. I had emailed her to comfort her and shared a true story with her when I was very stressed.
Continue reading An Email To Amy
This story is about this picture. This car is the very car and this road is the very road we had the “Secret Picnic.” The bank on the right is the very bank that takes you to the “Hideout.”
The memories made here will last an eternity………….
Continue reading The Secret Picnic
Gift giving – An art from the heart
Ministers had commented that they could never beat Ginger Benedetto, my mother, to the hospital to visit the sick. Mother had a heart for the sick, the lonely and the underdog. Continue reading A Half Stick Of Gum