Our family cat had an important job that I didn’t realize. But it’s a role she and her furry companions have known all along.
It seems everyone is a hero these days. Here’s the thing. I believe most of those folks would say that they are just doing their job.
I see a lot of folks mired in fear because we see so much to be afraid of. But even the darkest of times, some light manages to seep through.
Aaron Sheldon and his son, Harry, offer five tips to help kids with autism cope with a change in routine in a “Dads Change” video.
Father Jonathan “J.O.” Oliver uses dyslexia and ADHD coping strategies to be more present, teach children about disorders can be gifts in life.
Do the important things — love, give hope, lift others. Let this not be the end of decency, honor, courtesy. It’s up to us now.