HANDLING HOMEWORK HASSLES

Stephanie GrandestaffMile Markers

Oh, the joys of sitting around the table with your children, as they independently complete their homework assignments! I hope you hear the sarcasm of that statement. Having raised three, very different learners, the idea … Read More

Give Them Wings and Help Them Fly

Stephanie GrandestaffMile Markers

“Why not Europe?” I said. “Other kids go to Europe.”   “I don’t want to be like other kids,” she said.   I prayed about it,” she said, “and I think this is something I’m supposed to … Read More

Hard Times – Great Leaders PART 2

Stephanie GrandestaffMile Markers

Big Dream from Humble Circumstances One does not simply become an astronaut. We may dream about it as a child, but the reality of exploring space is limited, and only available to the best of … Read More

Hard Times—Great Leaders

Stephanie GrandestaffMile Markers

Wilma Rudolph was 20th of 22 children born into extreme poverty. Glenn Cunningham was severely burned as an 7-year-old in a fire that took his brother’s life. Jim Abbott was born without a hand. What … Read More

It’s Not Natural, So Adapt

Stephanie GrandestaffMile Markers

One minute I was soaking in the sun with the breeze blowing through my hair and the next I was walking across a semi-submerged submarine towards a hatch that would change my perspective on life. … Read More

You Make Me Sick – Part 1

Stephanie GrandestaffMile Markers

“My stomach is in knots. I just shut down when she gets like that. Is there something wrong with me? She says I need to learn to communicate better, but I just can’t. Am I … Read More