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Category Archives: forgivness
Kanye West, in a drunken stupor, grabs the microphone from Taylor Swift and humiliates her (and himself) on national TV. Serena Williams, in a stunning show of sportsmanship, cusses out a Line Judge, on national TV. Rep. Joe Wilson, in … Continue reading
There has been so much talk lately of people who are having or have had an affair. From the governor of South Carolina and John Edward’s, as well as many others and I won’t name them all. I’m sure you all … Continue reading
I know that we all have tempers. I’m just confused as to the way we all handle them so differently. I’m a total *slow boiler* and it’s something that all my life, I’ve wished I could change. How do … Continue reading
When Nikki wrote this post, it got me to thinking about letting go of things “we” felt were wrong with our childhood. Of course I’m not talking about her story or stories of abuse or horrific situations. I’m talking about … Continue reading
How difficult is it for you to forgive someone who refuses apologize?
Do you think there is an age when people are to old to be punished for the mistakes they make?
When you make a mistake, do you make excuses?
Last fall I was with my oldest grandson. He had spent the night as Jason and Nikki had a baseball tournament. It was also the weekend of my granddaughters birthday. I wanted to take Bailey to get him a new … Continue reading