I didn’t intend to be an author. Life gave me hints. When I was in the fifth grade we read little leaflets called “Weekly Readers.” Teachers worked them into the curriculum. I think they had a contest and we all wrote stories. I remember my story to this day.
When I decided to teach Boundaries in our Sunday class at Calder Baptist Church I thought we would cover the material in a few months. A year and a half later we were still on the subject. I’ve found that women, especially divorced and single mothers, have serious issues with boundaries.
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Speaker of the House True Story I came home from high school one day very enthusiastic after taking my first civics class. At the dinner table I proceeded to announce that I had decided what I wanted to be. “Oh,” said my dad. “And what might that be?” To which I replied with a confident […]