Tag: change

The Father I Know (one)

Winters in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are an acquired taste and one I’ve never really warmed up to. I remember snowbanks piled higher than the eaves of the house and making actual tunnels through them big enough to walk through fully upright. The days are short and the nights […]

The Long Turn

I feel like a corner is being turned. For most of my adult life and especially the last 22 years of married life, God has usually been quick to move. Change has happened on a dime and the challenge has been keeping up with the twists and turns. […]

Not Off Track

My wife and I spent this weekend visiting my son at Michigan Tech. He has been away at school now for 6 weeks and we had a free weekend so decided to make a quick trip. While I do love rainy days, I would have preferred some sunshine […]

One Leaf

A leaf fell to the ground today. It had been feeling the chill in the air for some weeks and the last few nights of frost were just too much to bear. The life of this little leaf had been short, but wonderful. When the first few rays […]

Falling Leaves

I love the fall – windy, rainy, cool and crisp with the autumn smell of a hot summer day giving in to the cold winter night. I remember growing up on the farm with the fields of dried grasses bordered with trees bursting forth in a kaleidoscope of […]

New Directions

It has been a very busy couple of weeks. New directions are sometimes dramatic 180s, and other times they are gentle curves. The curve finally became goodbye last week. After 22 years of marriage and 20 of those parenting, my wife and I are now officially empty-nesters…and boy […]

Another August

I don’t know about you, but after 22 years together, my wife and I have noticed that for us, the month of August is either amazing or down right awful. I don’t think there has been even one of the 22 that has been just so-so ordinary…not one. […]

It Came To Pass

The cycle of seasons that we experience here in the Midwest is one of the main reasons I stay. The vigor of summer fades into the varied red, gold, and yellow hues of autumn before the white blanked of winter is pulled up tight under the landscape’s chin. […]

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