Today is Halloween. A day when we dress up as someone else. It got me thinking about all the other times in life when we wear a mask and don’t let our true self shine through. The roles we play. And the lines we say. Continue reading
Last night the streets were covered with goblins and princesses, skeletons and superheroes.
My 14-year-old son even went out and came back saying, “Wow. I feel like a kid again.”
The idea that for one night, young people can collect and eat all the candy they want is beyond exciting. Ask and you shall receive. A dream come true. Continue reading