Tagged With: self-worth
Granger: A CROSS-EYED LOOK AT THE WHOLE EASTER THING – 3/31/18
That early in the morning, I knew Jimmie’s Diner would be almost empty. That worked for me. I was in a mood. And I was almost right. Other than the cook in back, Peggy Sue was by herself. Solitude must be a comfortable friend if one intends to write. I enjoyed the closeness of the friends … Continue reading
#28: BE THE DIFFERENCE GOD MEANS YOU TO BE!
“Somebody needs to do something about that.” When someone sitting at the next table in, say, Cheddars says that, they’re saying out loud what a bunch of folks are thinking. That’s your cue. I can see your magnificence from here. The real question is, can you see it? There are too many good, principled, able people sitting … Continue reading
QTMs for 8/25/15: OH, YES, YOU ARE. *
“I don’t mean that much to anybody. Outside my immediate family, no one knows or cares who I am. Not even all of them do. Very little I’ve tried to do with my life has improved anyone else’s. I could quietly disappear and other than irritation that things weren’t getting done it would make no difference. In … Continue reading