“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect ” Anais Nin
There is no better time of year for looking backwards than this very moment. Looking into the rearview mirror, I can see one thing above all others: Provision. God in his loving kindness doesn’t stop at providing. He continues on – gracefully sustaining. I continue on trusting and believing with every seeking moment, every questionContinue reading “Provision”
She leaned her head back against the sanded, smooth top of the rocking chair, closing her eyes against the brightness of the sun. The warmth of its beams kissed her skin in a glowing embrace. She lost herself moments like this. The old porch, refreshed with her welcoming style, had this effect on her. PaintContinue reading “A Paragraph about Mabel”
I am not crazy. I can’t be. Would a crazy person be able to define the word itself? No, I am not crazy, but this . . . this defies all logic. No matter how hard I try, what is happening in this house is beyond explanation and that is exceedingly uncomfortable to me. NoteContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: CRAZY”
Psalm 5:3. “In the morning, Lord, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait expectantly.” Breathing in the morning air. I lay my requests before you, Presenting them, lifting them up To your awaiting ears – confidently, expectantly. I will wait to hear your voice, The soft whisperContinue reading “THROWBACK THURSDAY: Psalm 5:3 Poem (September 2020)”
Starting a new series where I will post one line from the story I am working on. This will offer myself a challenge to find an appropriate photo to match. Join me in this challenge! Today’s line: With a bit of disappointment, she headed down the hill onto the narrow, paved road.
We are a syzygy – Connected by experience, aligned by pain our hearts hold. Now we float, in the only realms we can understand. Life on earth, is a distant memory.