Mondays are never easy, but this one topped the charts for me. I started out my morning with a lukewarm shower that quickly turned cold before I had the chance to rinse.
We need creativity to lead our daily life. Mothers and fathers need creativity to grow children. Pastors need creativity to preach sermons.
One of my favorite hymns I love to hear is “I’m the Seed.” The reason is very simple, when I’m singing that specific song, it talks to me about responsibility.
During the later part of November I made a visit to Grant and one of my first stops is visiting the cemetery where my parents, brother and sister are buried.
Well, this is it. The end of an era. The last Grant Tribune-Sentinel issue my name will appear as Brooke Pankonin. I will ring in the new year as Brooke Robertson.