Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Monthly Archives: December 2011
It was time to get rid of my 14-year-old sofa to make room for the new sofa my mother got for me. She had decided, enough was enough, with her daughter living with a hideous (my mother does not mince … Continue reading
IMPUHWE means “compassion” in Kinyarwanda, the official language of Rwanda. That is exactly what compelled Jessica Markowitz at the ripe age of 11 years young, to start Richard’s Rwanda, an organization providing financial support for the education of young Rwandan girls, … Continue reading
Well, no big surprise, but the answer is “no”, according to this article in the New York Times. However, there’s some new research from the University of Virginia’s (UVA) National Marriage Project showing that practicing generosity is very important in intimate … Continue reading
My sixteen-year-old niece blew me away this weekend. She had worked very hard to prepare some words for her mother’s memorial service but decided at the last minute to ditch her written speech. Visibly moved by all the stories people … Continue reading
A big THANK YOU goes to Chris Davenport, a documentary producer, who mentioned my blog as part of his “Movie Mondays” series. Chris makes inspiring and educational videos for development and fundraising professionals. Each Monday, you’ll see short clips featuring … Continue reading