Summer has been busy and wonderful, but it is now half over. We are doing great things at the center. The school-age children have been swimming, going to the library, making light-houses, robots, chocolate candy, peace sign key chains and doing face painting. We have tried to keep them busy. They seem to be en-joying their summer with us. Continue reading
Peace. . .
I have spent the last week in Southern Indiana. This part of the state is very beautiful with the rolling hills and sparse population. I have had the opportunity to visit a few of the historical places along the river and witnessed how the early settlers lived. Each morning I have spent time overlooking the forest watching the deer and other ani-mals feast on the leaves and grass. I looked for a time of peace and tranquility in the midst of the storm that is life. (The peace has been a bit of a challenge with 13 of us living in a condo.) Continue reading