Monthly Archives: March 2010

Thoughts from the Garden: How Our Lives Can Be Like Broccoli

In today’s Thoughts from the Garden, an incident between my daughters over a broccoli plant reminded me of how beauty and productiveness in our lives is in the eye of the beholder. Watch the video to learn more about the …

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Review: Mother-Daughter Duet by Cheri Fuller and Ali Plum

On my desk and around my office are little gifts that my mother has given me over the years – a “Dare to Dream” poem, a couple of her photos of fog among the Redwood trees, and the latest addition, a …

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Review: Dancing with My Father by Sally Clarkson

Have you ever struggled with joy? About three years ago, I realized that I was just doing the work, going through the motions of life, doing what my father taught me – work hard, do what’s necessary without complaint, and …

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