Unpacking PATH

In this Episode of “Can I Have a Word With You?” Bruce and Heather discuss the topic of Finding, Getting on and Staying our our PATH Proverbs 3 v 5-6. Will it be easy? Do we have a role and responsibility?What is our path (unique to us)How do we get on it (prayer, studying andContinue reading “Unpacking PATH”


https://anchor.fm/canihaveawordwithyou/episodes/Unpacking-CARELESS-versus-CARE-LESS-e22u1pf https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/can-i-have-a-word-with-you/id1628668707?i=1000610503544 https://open.spotify.com/episode/7jIJLseq8752jJVaqE7OAW?si=bnBtVlfhR4yAy4lnoCvR7g While we don’t ever want to be CARELESS, are there times when we should CARE LESS about certain things? What others think about us? Being too focused on the outcome? Instead focusing on the process, the impact, where we are right now with the relationship, conversation, and our growth? In this EpisodeContinue reading “Unpacking CARELESS and CARE LESS”


I considered entitling this entry “I’m Still Sick.” Then I reconsidered. Didn’t want anyone to panic. No, I don’t still have Leukemia, at least that I’m aware of. But hang with me for a couple minutes and I’ll explain… My two youngest kids were visiting Grandparents on the West Coast for the past few weeks.Continue reading “Over-Qualified”

Poker Tells

“A TELL  in poker is a change in a player’s behavior or demeanor that is claimed by some to give clues to that player’s assessment of their hand. A player gains an advantage if they observe and understand the meaning of another player’s tell, particularly if the Tell is unconscious and reliable.” Ohh. That’s aContinue reading “Poker Tells”

“Everyday We’re Shuffling”

When I am in the hospital, my mom and I go for lots of walks. Our route almost always takes us past ICU. As we pass, we peek through the doors with mixed feelings of fear and fondness. It is overwhelming and fascinating to ponder what happened to my body in those 9 days. IContinue reading ““Everyday We’re Shuffling””

woe is me

I had some really deep, clever things planned to say in my blog today. Instead, I am pouting. I am finally home from the hospital and am feeling sorry for myself? Craziness. First, let me just say that being in the hospital without chores or errands or real life responsibilities is not too bad ifContinue reading “woe is me”

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