What Should I Do?

What Should I Do?

So many times, we see stories of bullying on social media and we wonder how we can help. In response, we post or tweet our outrage and join the hashtag movement. But, for most people, that’s where it ends. We feel better for a moment and we feel like we’re...
Truth Is Not Inconsequential

Truth Is Not Inconsequential

“Betrayal is the only truth that sticks.” – Arthur Miller In recent weeks, I found out that a person whom we should have been able to trust, a person that certainly should know the difference between truth and lies and all the gray area in between, lied to me...
Waiting for Rachel

Waiting for Rachel

  Last weekend, I had the privilege to be a part of the Williamson County Safety and Self Defense Academy in Georgetown.  There were 3 sessions during the day to allow for different age groups of kids.  While they were learning basic self-defense from local police,...

Time Doesn’t Heal All Wounds

I just got through my 3rd holiday season without Peyton and it was no easier than the other two. The first Christmas, my family and I packed up and drove the 8 hours to Branson, MO where we rented a lovely cabin.  The idea was to do something completely different than...

Peace on Earth

Recently, we lost another innocent young person to suicide caused by bullying.  Brandy Vela was a victim of relentless emotional torture at the hands of cowards who chose to hide behind the internet.  I’ve read many articles and posts and even shared her story on the...

Bridge Building

  It’s that time of year when students from pre-K to college make the pilgrimage back to the land of learning armed with pencils, paper and books,  but school is really so much more than academics.   In the district where I work, school starts on Tuesday.   Teachers...
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