Quiet Reflection

Today, April 22, marks Earth Day. Next Friday, April 28th, marks Arbor Day.  I continue to hope when I think about these two days. I direct that hope towards an increasing number of people gaining awareness of why these two days are marked yearly on our calendars and towards those who strive to learn the … More Quiet Reflection

Keeping Time

I attended a concert the other night, which is a sentence I didn’t think I’d be able to truthfully write at this point in my life. Not because of my age: I’m still reasonably young (for a Supreme Court Justice, which, in full disclosure, I am not nor am likely to be) and in fact, … More Keeping Time

Wednesday Letters

Image by Karolina Grabowska via Pexels. On the top of the letter, I wrote the date, folded it up, and placed it in an envelope. I wrote in a past blog post that I try to write my mom once a week. I’m good some weeks, some weeks not so much. One letter, though, that … More Wednesday Letters

Quietly Quitting

Are you aware of this phrase- quietly quitting? If you are employed I suspect that you’ve heard it. Maybe if you are recently retired, or coming up to that momentous decision you’ve also heard it. Maybe, secretly perhaps, you are in the midst of your own quiet quitting journey…I had no idea what this was … More Quietly Quitting

We’re Celebrating!

It’s only been a couple of months, but the “Sharing the Heart of the Matter” podcast is a hit.  Thank you to all of you who’ve trusted us with your valuable time by listening.  The topics have been wide-ranging and we’re thrilled by the response and interest in each episode – whether the topic was … More We’re Celebrating!