I would stop writing about our cats every week, but they are just such darn good teachers! The issue this week seems to be shedding. The lint roller is working overtime because it’s not a good idea to leave our house without attending to the cat hair.
It’s just that time of year. If you have pets you probably deal with shedding. It’s another sign of spring but neither fragrant as the hyacinths nor as beautiful as the crocuses. The cats’ winter…Continue
Added by Terry Drew Karanen on March 16, 2012 at 6:24pm — No Comments
I am writing my blog this week from New York City, where I am one of five adults acting as chaperons for 37 youth from Carlisle High School. We are here at the New York Hilton and United Nations for the National High School Model United Nations conference. Just us and over 3,000 teenagers from all over the world!
I’ve been told that some of the resolutions passed here at the mock U.N. over the years have been sent on to the actual United Nations – and that…Continue
Added by Terry Drew Karanen on March 9, 2012 at 10:45am — No Comments
Just a few weeks ago I heard the term “relentless positive action.” Positive action I get. I have been practicing living a more forward moving, positively enforced life for over two decades. I teach this to my congregations and clients. But “relentless?”
At the risk of making this another “cat blog” I must use our oldest cat, Dillon, as our model of Principle in Action this week. Dillon loves to drape himself over you and then fall fast asleep. He’s not particular about…Continue
Added by Terry Drew Karanen on March 3, 2012 at 4:39pm — No Comments