Daily Archives: May 30, 2014

Five Minute Friday~ Nothing Compares

The hallways were white and sterile. The smell of sickness was stifling. And I was at the height of my selfishness, a sophomore in high school, completely caught up in my own stuff. But my Daddy was sick. It all felt surreal. My strong, vibrant Dad. The man who I looked up to and sought out for wisdom and compassion […]