Monthly Archives: May 2012

Sometimes You Just Need Some Holy Ground!

Since the loss of my father, I have been on a journey to find – redefine – reconnect – with God. I feel compelled to share what happened this past Saturday morning. I experienced something amazing. This past Saturday morning was beautiful. Adding to the beauty of the morning, I finished a chapter in Rita Platt’s book, […]

Less Like Scars

When you are going through an ordeal, the last thing you think about is the other side of it and what you might learn from it. Time brings clarity. Time brings healing. But time will never bring back the way things were. Time is the passage way through the tears cried, the anger – expressed […]

Tuesdays With Mom

Since last summer (2011), since dad died, mom and I have been hanging out and painting, walking, talking, eating on Tuesdays. I was with her when he died. We weren’t with him. We had been keeping vigil together for almost four months as he . . . was dying. But that’s another story. A god-awful […]

Hello world!

I have something to say. I have a story. Don’t we all? This is a great way to share, don’t you think? When I was 23, I remember thinking that if someone wrote a story about my life, the reader would die of boredom. In some opinions, a smooth, trouble-free life is the desired existance. […]