The Conclusion Of A Christmas Kindness Story

Last week, I shared part one of the story of a single mom struggling to make ends meet with her teenage son. It’s the backdrop of pain in our lives that gives our joy such brilliance. And often, it’s receiving an act of kindness at just the right time that spurs us to do the…
Read More

A Christmas Kindness Story, Part 1

It’s our stories that build the color into our lives. Yes, there is often pain as they are being written, but without that pain we wouldn’t know real joy. I want to spend this week and next sharing the story of a mom and her teenage son, and the beauty that unfolded when one act…
Read More

No Need To Plan Kindness This Season

Are you done? Have you finished all the hustle and bustle that comes with creating the magic of the season? If so, good for you! (Now can you come to my house and help me?) If not, take heart. Ironically, it’s in the midst of our craziest schedules that we are most blessed with the…
Read More

Kindness Is Found In Giving To Others

My friend, Tania, has been going through a whirlwind year of transition. One year ago, she sold her dream house, the one she had designed, built and lovingly decorated eight years prior. She and her husband felt a call on their lives to downsize. Even with two kids still in the house, they knew it…
Read More

Stop Wondering – Your Kindness Does Matter

Does what I do matter? Have you ever thought that to yourself? Perhaps you’ve been in the checkout lane when the cashier asks if you’d like to donate a dollar to end world hunger. Or maybe you’ve dropped off old towels and blankets so they could be sent to some area of devastation overseas. Most…
Read More