Imagine longing for something so badly that you’ll ignore the signs, the nagging doubts. “My heart told me something wasn’t right,” Lori Keeble admits, but she plowed ahead anyway.[Read more…] about “My Heart Told Me Something Wasn’t Right”
Should You Start Restricting Access?
Your brain stores a lot of data. Ten to 100 terabytes to be exact. To my knowledge, no external hard drive stores that much information. So, what’s taking up space inside your head? Should you start restricting access?[Read more…] about Should You Start Restricting Access?
She Found Peace When She Least Expected It
Another year. Another war. Rising prices. Political division. As this year ends, let’s talk about something far more uplifting. Let’s talk about my little sister, Lynne, and the moment she found peace when she least expected it.[Read more…] about She Found Peace When She Least Expected It
He Experienced His Own Pearl Harbor
On this day 81 years ago, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes made a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, leaving behind a hellscape of mangled battleships and bodies. For many survivors, the trauma lingered a lifetime, as did the nightmares. Retired Marine Hank Smith can relate. He experienced his own Pearl Harbor.[Read more…] about He Experienced His Own Pearl Harbor
On this Thanksgiving, She’s Remembering What She Gained
Cynthia Tankersley isn’t thinking about what she lost. On this Thanksgiving, she’s remembering what she gained.[Read more…] about On this Thanksgiving, She’s Remembering What She Gained
A Fraud Who Steals the Valor of True War Heroes
I’ve met my own Walter Mitty, a man who claims to be a Vietnam vet, former POW, and recipient of one Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars. But I suspect this man is a fraud who steals the valor of true war heroes, like my friend, former PFC Duane Vincent.[Read more…] about A Fraud Who Steals the Valor of True War Heroes