I said goodbye this morning to my granddaughter when she left to go the wedding venue to finish preparations of hair, make-up and finally donning the beautiful wedding gown selected … Continue reading My tiny ballerina gets married today
Warnings, silent alarms and screaming out loud ones, and cries for help, have all been on my mind lately. How many times do you talk to a friend and think … Continue reading Alarms, some loud others silent
in exchange for your soul? With Eve it was simple, she wanted a taste of the forbidden fruit, for Adam maybe it was just trying to please Eve. Cain let … Continue reading What would you give…
I received a note from a reader, here it is: “I wanted to say I want the Lord so much in my life, It’s not like He’s not there, I … Continue reading A Question and an Answer
When a person asks you to “tell the truth” about something that concerns them, it isn’t the truth they are seeking, it’s a confirmation that what they are doing is … Continue reading Guilt or Innocence?
so I got a new vacuum cleaner, a “handy dandy convertible portable I will clean you toilet for you” vacuum cleaner. There are fifteen stairs going up from where I … Continue reading The Vacuum and the Smartwatch
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According to a legend recorded by Borgna Brunner in Valentine Day History, Claudius II had prohibited marriage for young men, claiming that bachelors made better…
According to a legend recorded by Borgna Brunner in Valentine Day History, Claudius II had prohibited marriage for young men, claiming that bachelors made better soldiers. Valentine continued to secretly … Continue reading Valentine’s Day 2018
I know it isn’t Christmas, or my birthday, it isn’t a holiday or an anniversary, but the subject of gifts has been on my mind all evening. The definition of … Continue reading The Gift
When my grandmother Mushegan died, my grandfather married a lady named Alice. Alice was a widowed doctor’s wife from Boston and had that wonderful Bostonian accent. It was hard for … Continue reading What Mother is to the Nations
In 1979, February 11 was on Sunday as it is this year. Our family had been to church when we got a call that my grandfather had a heart attack … Continue reading A special tribute to a wonderful man!
I opened the refrigerator door to put away things and I realized that my fridge was stacked with all the leftovers of the week and needed to be cleaned out. … Continue reading Yesterday came suddenly
When I was a little girl we jumped rope, played Red Rover Come Over and a game called Red Light Green Light. I thought of it as I was sitting … Continue reading Red light, green light, wanna play?