Finding a place – a little too late

A few years ago, I went back to school and got a degree as a physical therapist assistant. My first (and last) job in the field was at a local hospital, working with inpatients. Officially, I left the job because I couldn't meet productivity standards - the part of the job that tells you how … Continue reading Finding a place – a little too late


Beautiful insignificance

When I was a young teen, I was captivated by the stars. We lived on the edge of a small town, our back yard up against a corn field, and the night sky there was vast. And I remember, on those nights when I was sad or hurting, or felt like a failure,  I would … Continue reading Beautiful insignificance