Ernest Hemingway, when he would struggle with his writing, was determined not to stop a writing session until he had written the truest sentence he could muster.
I love that idea. When life is hard and somehow seems impossible to face, I like to sit down and write the truest sentence I know.
Last Sunday, my sentence was, "God will help me get through tomorrow."
"After all is said and done, my family still shows me best the meaning of true and unconditional love."
I don't ever say this enough: To my blood-related, married-into and self-adopted family, I love you.
Thank you for being in my life.