Learning to Love is the Big Lesson of Life.
Open Your Table & You’ll Open Someone’s Heart.
"Food may not he the answer to world peace, but it's a start."
The Ancient Gate at Annestown House
In those times, I realized that God anticipated my being there. He has placed signposts, gateways and finials in our path to remind us that we are not alone and we are not lost.
Quotes and Sayings
I've been asked to share quotes, sayings, and thoughts from my books, songs, poetry, and sermons. So now, you can find them here or by searching the menu for the Quotes and Sayings page. I will continue to add to the list of sayings on a regular basis. Feel free to use them. I only … Continue reading Quotes and Sayings
Poor Mr. Superego is so misunderstood.
He means well, he really does. All he wants is for us to be perfect, that's all. I mean, it's in our best interest, right? Just think about how he tracks us down, shows up wherever we go. Why, he even looks over our shoulders and tells us when our hair isn't perfect or our … Continue reading Poor Mr. Superego is so misunderstood.
“Pictures Sill Speak…” Walt Disney
The full quote by Mr. Disney says, "Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language." With that thought in mind I invite you to visit the brand new Photography Page. Your comments are welcome. Ken
Crossing Conor Pass
Situated in southwest Ireland (County Kerry) is Conor Pass. Although it's elevation may at first seem small in comparison to other large mountain ranges, it's views are captivating. It is the shortest route when traveling from Dingle to Castlegregory but don't start at dusk or the clouds will blind you as they settle over this … Continue reading Crossing Conor Pass
Imperfect Present Tense
On the other side of heartbreak is a street that's paved with hope - one that I have walked in my dreams when no one else could see. I've carried broken pieces of that pavement into the ev-er-ry-day-world, kept them in my pocket to feel and hold when the ground beneath my feet began to … Continue reading Imperfect Present Tense
Heroes and Hard Times
There's a certain breed of people who simply do whatever is necessary in tough times. They don't grumble or throw a pity party. For them, hard times might be unpleasant but they are certain that things will turn around - and they want to be a part of the solution. Sone may see them as … Continue reading Heroes and Hard Times
When The Sun Stands Still
Although death is certain and struggle to survive is real, so is the warmth of the midwinter sun breaking through the cold darkness to remind us all that pain is not permanent and death is eclipsed by life.