Walking in Another Person’s Shoes

Walking in Another Person’s Shoes

In the past month, I’ve taken two trips to the Glen Eyrie Castle in the Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs. (Lucky me!) Each time, I slept in a very different room–on purpose–because I wanted to spend my time walking in another person’s shoes. During the first trip, I had the “honeymoon suite” at the top of the tower. A gigantic room that dwarfed the king sized bed and left a vast amount of

Finding Like-Minded Friendships

Last month, I had two unique experiences where I was surrounded by people walking in my shoes. The first was a regional CdLS gathering for families sharing the common experience of raising a child/adult with Cornelia de Lange Syndrome. The second was less than a week later at the national American Christian Fiction Writers Conference where hundreds of writers, editors, agents, and other publishing people gathered to learn, network, and celebrate accomplishments. In both places,