The Gift Giver #Christmas #giving #generosity #children

  Generous the soul that gives what little he possess in such a manner shed a light gave life’s gift away *** ~Some stories are easier to tell in prose~ There was a boy neither old nor young he had two little sisters. He wasn’t strong nor was he weak but always a protector. There came a […]

Stepping Stones #poetry #photography #writing

          rough current o’er my path couldn’t pick a way no choice but sink or swim life pulled me down boulders blocked my life throw them at the sun sharp like a knife writing scribbled frowns not really smooth a way in front I see what lies behind rushes to the […]

War Torn #Peaceonearth #poetry

  I held a Sudanese hand it fit so small in mine I caught a ragged smile I wished I had more time We sang a song of praise they dance with all their might their mamas and their papas they lost them in war’s night fortitude and strength the littlest they stand hope, faith, […]

Read to your children #christmas #gifts #books

I just read a blog where a writer used reverse psychology to get her children to read. I’m up for whatever it takes to excite a child’s mind. Imagination is an amazing tool. Just ask any artist or writer. The best gift for children this Christmas??? Books!!!!   Paddy the Panda is a story about […]

Can’t Afford My Memories #poetry #photography

I drove by grandma and grandpas place so many changes  hard to trace a little girl where flowers bloom eating ice cream by the light of the moon music played all the seasons I loved Rudolph for many reasons love there didn’t need yeast family gathered for every feast today the house I cant afford […]

Seek and You Will Find #poetry

You cant see my toes squish, wiggle in the sand and where the tuba blows Ill whistle with the band you cant know my thoughts though a smile you might see some things can be taught not my giggle and  glee you wont hear the whispered hush goodness daily do I pray God is where I put […]

Ripple Effect #poetry #alzheimers

writing in the margins so much more to say images collide cold and cloudy day filling up the pages lost amidst the line start where ended fretful is my mind notes are merging losing the details misty is the matter flattened now my scales   Alzheimer’s is a debilitating disease for the elderly. People working […]

Joy in Tears #Uganda #butterfly #children #goodbye

I waved goodbye to my little Bethany who has been my friend over many years and many countries. We tell stories about Jesus together. Today she chose to leave with a friend. Her name is Stella and she is nine years old. Stella and Bethany my la fofo will love village children together. It’s hard […]

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