On another beautiful morning in southern California in the mid-1990s, I pulled the shower curtain back to turn on the water and—lo and behold—the tub basin was covered with toys of varying sizes and shapes. This wasn’t the first time our sons’ toys were left strewn across my path.Read More »
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, tennis superstar Andre Agassi appeared in a commercial for Canon in which he boldly claimed that image is everything. I scoffed at the notion then, but have since come to realize that he was actually right, image really is everything.Read More »
It’s been a while since a TV show has caught my attention and reeled me in with its premiere episode. Only a few have done that to me over the years. “Lost,” “The Walking Dead,” and “Heroes” come to mind.
It’s pretty easy to answer this question, right? I mean, worst case, you might need to look at a map or your phone to find the answer, but most of the time, you’re clearly aware of where you are at any given time during the day. Your internal navigation system keeps you centered and aware of where you are and where you’re going as you tend to the everyday affairs of life.Read More »
The following is the fifth, and final, in a multi-part series. I hope that something from my experiences will help those who find themselves in the same situation, dealing with the challenges that come with an earlier-than-expected return from a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I think all parties involved in this situation — including family and friends — can benefit from the experiences shared here.Read More »