Sally Honeycutt – Treasure vs. Garbage One morning my family, as usual, was running late. Instead of getting ready, my children were having a bitter and ugly property dispute. There were lots of unkind words, the sort that can only come from someone who knows what will really hurt. I decreed that since they couldn’t […]

Bill Kramer: Bear With Me As I approached age 30, like many young people, I started seeing a therapist. We talked about times and events that made an impact on my life. One such time was as a very young child, maybe 3 or 4. My mother was often ill and spent days at a […]