Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Amazingly, despite being a secular holiday, it’s remained largely untouched by commercialism. Contrast it with Halloween, for example – Halloween decorations and (completely inappropriately) lights, have been deployed earlier and earlier in the month of October in preparation for the big night. Similarly, Christmas decorations typically go on... Continue Reading →

Work and Spiritual Parenthood

One of the big bosses at my company made his way down to Dallas from Boston this past week for a retirement party for two of the four main principals at the company where I work. Admittedly, I haven’t been to very many retirement parties due to my shorter tenure at my company – I’ve... Continue Reading →

Thank God for Infertility

Today, I am thanking God for my infertility. I am not always good at doing this. Well, to be honest, frequently I can let the pain of infertility weigh heavily on my heart. It is easy to do this because the reminders of my barrenness are everywhere. However, I know that I can and I... Continue Reading →

(Still) Walking the High Wire

A Reflection on Infertility, in Two Parts Part II: Don't Look Down If I had the answer to eliminating infertility or its suffering I’d share it with the world. Sadly, there’s no answer, or at least not an easy one. But I have learned that though God hasn’t given me what I want (to conceive,... Continue Reading →

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