Love Recognizes No Barriers.Maya Angelou The other day I was in the library and it was time for the kindergartners to leave. "Let's clean up everyone, it is time to go back to class." Aamir's little shoulders lowered as he let out a big, sad sigh. "Oh No! What's the matter" I asked. He got … Continue reading Love Recognizes No Barriers
It is strange how grief will sneak in and get you. Someone sent me a picture of the four us when we little, little kids. Playing and jovial. Big smiles and happy faces. And there she was, and I just was stunned by her memory. Memories burbled quickly to the surface. She has been gone … Continue reading For My Sister
1 John 3:17 17 But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him? I woke up, grabbed some coffee and read today's prompt, OPEN. I thought, "Easy. That will be easy." Finished up morning chores, scanned FB and saw … Continue reading A Little Help?
As I continue writing a poem a day in April, I am extra observant of my surroundings, sights, sounds, textures, careful to avoid any curs lurking about. (Did you see what I did there - snuck in the WORST prompt word ever...) Last night was a special dinner. My youngest daughter who was here off … Continue reading Poem #26