"I complain that the years fly past, but then I look in a mirror and see that very few of them actually got past."
"It's like this. Father Time keeps pitching the years at us. We swing and miss at a few. We hit a few out of the park. We try not to take any called strikes."
"In the end, who among us does not choose to be a little less right to be a little less lonely."
"Why would the Lord have made me a passing stranger in someone's life if He thought I could not spare a friendly greeting?"
"The best solution seldom requires that someone be right and someone else be wrong."
"One gives up much to become a parent, made easier when two give it up."
"Sometimes the shortest distance between two points is a winding path walked arm in arm."
"I enjoy both company and solitude, and in the company of my solitude, I find both."
"It takes a while, but eventually a child thinks to ask, "When I was hellbent for disaster, who were the obstacles in my path?"
"And yet, parenting teens is so often about having the good judgment to withhold one's better judgment."
"Any occasion that requires a gift requires an enthusiastic appreciation of the gift."
Today's Question on Family Correctness: As an uncle or aunt, you are required to give unreciprocated gifts to a niece or nephew until he or she --
a. graduates from high school
b. graduates from college
c. gets a paying job
d. starts collecting social security
~ Robert Brault