August 17, 2017

When I was a Junior in high school my history teacher gave us students an assignment to interview someone who had lived through World War II. We could gather information from a veteran, a civilian, anyone who could remember those six years of war. The closest person to me would have been my father. Despite […]

February 12, 2016

From the time I was eleven I developed a knack for sight-reading music. The success of being a good sight-reader is knowing which notes you need to play and which ones you don’t. By the time I was a junior in high school my peers believed I was the best piano player in the entire […]

November 3, 2015

In my book, “I’m Not The Pastor’s Wife (I’m just married to him) I opened up my life for the public to know who I am. The book was the very first time I let anyone except my therapist know much about me, but also, about my mom. She died my sophomore year in high […]

May 11, 2015

There I sat, waiting for the slow hymn played by the organist to end.  I noticed my foot tapping at a rapid pace.  C’mon, can’t you play it any faster?  As the hymn ended, the pastor introduced me and I walked up to the pulpit.   Back in college you couldn’t pay me enough to speak […]