Oh, my! So much exciting news last night at the One Command group that I just have to share. I love spreading good news around—especially when there is so much bad news on TV. Last August, Gregg made a very strong One Command statement that he wanted to move to a warmer climate and another command was that he wanted some advancement and a raise in his career. Well, HE GOT IT….a raise, a huge bonus that was retroactive, and now he’s been transferred to Phoenix, AZ. With moving
Jill thinks like a man and looks like Marilyn Monroe. Quite a combination! She has a brilliant mind for numbers and makes a great operations manager. Once she makes up her mind, swift action follows. For Jill, graduating from high school during an era that programmed women for a life modeling June Cleaver or Harriet Nelson meant frustration and entrapment. There wasn’t a role model for talent and energy like hers. Hmmm, maybe there still isn’t…about the closest I could come w
Edward did not have a happy track record when it came to emotional and physical satisfaction in relationships. His marriage was based on an appearance of love, but it was service oriented. You know the old routine—you bring home the money and I will cook and clean for you and that’s about it. Twenty-five years of it. By the time Edward left his marriage he was so emotionally and touch starved that he had no idea that he deserved love or that someone might find him desirable.
Sue . . . the Hestia child (Hestia, the ancient Greek virgin goddess of hearth, architecture, and the right ordering of domesticity, family, and state) . . . isolated Isolated, quiet, gentle, always-smiling child. Peaceful as she walked with her dog Princess through the fields and along the river banks. Peaceful as she talked with God and the aspects of God in nature. Peaceful as she laid on her back in the spring wheat fields and looked up at the perfectly blue and clear ski