My dad loves Jesus; like really loves Him with ALL his heart. Nineteen years ago, he suffered a massive stroke and among many other issues, it came with aphasia (the loss of ability to understand or express speech, caused by... Continue Reading →
Like any other riding day, we donned our gear, loaded our bikes on the rack, and then set our destination course to Fort Yargo State Park, one of our favorite trails to ride...
Have you ever felt like a troll? I have, and here's what happened the last time I felt like one.
Taking care of someone is a special job. It's a job that requires self-sacrifice, patience, strength, and endurance. It's also a job in which there is VERY good company...if you've spent anytime reading this blog, I'll bet you know the... Continue Reading →