I Like Being In Control; That Is Not The Same as Being Controlling

While participating in a self-improvement, personality workshop called Enneagram, I identified myself as a #8 personality type. For years I have been accused of being a control freak and responded by stating that I really don’t like managing people, only to have the accuser retort, “Then why are you?” During this workshop, I found out […]

Housework: The Unexpected Gift

In last week’s blog, I spoke of the opportunities that come from working outside the home. This thought prompted me to look critically at myself and some of the jobs I don’t want to do, which are mostly the ones inside the home; the chores that receive little praise and are viewed by few. As […]

Do Americans Really Want to Work? | Thoughts After My One-Man Job Fair

Being afforded the opportunity to work, both physically and legally, is a liberty revered by many who cannot. Like children who are unable to attend school long for the sound of a school bell, so do many persons from other countries long to come to America to find work. I recently held a job fair […]

The Dallas Gift Market Still Has it’s Place | What I Learned From Some Good, Old-Fashioned Shopping

Dallas Market

Son Gray and I attended the Dallas Gift Market this past week. It was my first time to go in years and I was curious to see if e-retail had affected the wholesale side of consumerism. The answer is yes. The crowds and the vendors were smaller, but I still found it educational. For instance, […]