It was a week before Christmas. I just had a large holiday party, there were still dishes in the sink from the night before and unwrapped presents in the spare bedroom. It was the phone call you never want to receive.
My aunt telephoned me from Hawaii telling me that my dad had gotten up in the middle of the night, got disorientated and fell
With so much negativity in the world in 2015, it’s easy to feel frustrated, afraid and even intimidated when listening to a constant barrage of bad news. Even our political process has served to exclude and alienate those who make our country great.
Clearly, many Amercians are in a mood to build walls, not tear them down. But, once in awhile, I am reminded in a small way of the importance of not judging a person by first impressions.