Every Time I Cry #poetry #Uganda

  I dot my eyes  tears continue to fall  smiles and sounds start to dim their imprint lays on my heart the beat of love calls within  tho it hurts to say “goodbye”  tomorrow’s hope is in my hand I wiggle its fingers I dot my eyes   warmed by the setting  Ugandan sun   […]

The Story of a Village #photography #poetry

There were children that we didn’t hear there were mamas burdens to bear there was water miles carried away there was sunshine  too busy everyday                                                             […]

Village Storm #Uganda #poetry

  The sky gets black it’s late in the day gaps in the metal roof  my hand holds a raindrop a river is made in moments stay for night to fall or drive through the rising tide hard choices are made everyday each turn a potential hazard upcountry roads change daily humidity covers our windshield […]

Wee Faith #children #sundaydevotion #Uganda

Under the mango we sing 95 little voices in praise love the same in any language standing tall like a tree crouching small like a bug marching around Jericho searching for a lost lamb faith in a lion’s den protection in a furnace God has a great plan Jesus is there in a small village […]

Ant Hill #Uganda #poetry

 hand tickles the clouds toes clutch creases of dirt ants raise their heads confused how did that ant get so big? children play hide n seek *mono peeks around the building footballs rush over high grass older boys chase fun village women pump water Pawell never sits still   * mono = white person   […]

Share a Story #children #lifeinUganda #acholi

  Between  big pages turn little minds fairies of every kind watch the spark imagination ignites Dragons bright and dark animals climb trees upside down little boys’ arms are wings no smile becomes a frown knights get big and golden kings big and small words create a kingdom giants from clouds fall The dragon got […]

This Too Uganda #haiku #lifeinUganda

orange, brown, yellow moody grey summer clouds banana leaves wave * doors and bed frames Uganda flowing color highway cattle drive * pine forests rich red soil on my sole jagged rocks * boys on a journey Nile a final destination honk, honk * cool African breeze five mud puddle splashes big white smiles * […]

The Marketplace of Life #poetry #lifeinUganda

      greetings far and wide hearts momentary grasp a smile of shared kindness if only this could last  shallow are grey blue waters when for another do not share freedom used to ring for gold we only care daily the reminders a smile so white and pure a child trusts my hand love […]

On the Side of the Road #kindness #sundaydevotions

“It’s as easy as…” LIFE “you fall off –  get right back on” bruised and bloodied stumbling off the road  scraping out the rocks “Just get up” a person calls I think I’ll just sit in the dirt another person rolls her eyes increasing her pace “take the bike I won’t be needing it” I […]

Belinda Witzenhausen

Writer, Creativity Coach, Book Reviewer & Artist

lightravellerkate

reflections on life as an house sitter and perpetual traveller

Kristen's Kindergarten

Kindergarten Classroom ideas

Josie Two Shoes

Life at Sixty-five

Read. Pray. Love. Daily.

"O begin!...Whether you like it or no, read and pray daily. It is for your life; there is no other way: else you will be a trifler all your days" -- John Wesley

She Speaks Wisdom 2

Proverbs 31:26

onewildword

Write Wild. Write Now.

River Maria Urke

Heart of a Poet ~ Eyes of an Artist

Broken Believers

A Teaching Ministry Serving Rascals, Clumsy Disciples, the Depressed, the Addicted, and Mentally Ill Believers with the Unconditional Love of Jesus Christ

Renewing Our Minds

"And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind..." (Romans 12:2)

Atomic Scribbles

Atomic Stories and Lovecraftian Writings.

Where Words Daily Come Alive.wordpress.com

A Word Press Blog Which Will Make You Smile

Didi Oviatt

Author of suspense novels Justice For Belle, Search For Maylee, Aggravated Momentum, and a medley of short stories.

Truth2Freedom's Blog

"There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily" - George Washington letter to Edmund Randolph — 1795. Going beyond the MSM idealogical opinion/bias and their tabloid news with a distractional superficial focus on entertainment, sensationalism, emotionalism and activist reporting - this blogs goal is to, in some small way, put a plug in the broken dam of truth and save as many as possible from the consequences—temporal and eternal. "The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it." - George Orwell

A Worshiper's Journal

a Devotional Blog by Roy McMillan