AND ‘T’ STANDS FOR TRUST

On Thursday, as part of my summer paralegal job, I got to attend depositions for a case with my boss (who remarkably doubles as my brother). Some of what was questioned of these men was the case law that hearsay is not sufficient by itself and must be corroborated by independent investigation or steps to… Continue reading AND ‘T’ STANDS FOR TRUST

Telling a Different Story: Perspective in Life and Words

"Job found contentment and even joy, outside the context of comfort, health or stability. He understood the story was not about him, and he cared more about the story than he did about himself." — Donald Miller (A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life) Last week at church… Continue reading Telling a Different Story: Perspective in Life and Words

As I eagerly await a new beginning in a familiar land

If there is one look that I have recently become well acquainted with, it is the 'why are you going to Ghana when you could be doing anything else and stay in America?' look. It is often quickly covered up by the face it rapidly comes across, but other times it remains there for the… Continue reading As I eagerly await a new beginning in a familiar land