This was written when Covid-19 hit all of us (and the grocery stores) hard.
Growing up we had two paintings in my house I can distinctly remember always being there. One was a painting of The Last Supper with Jesus standing up at the table, arms stretched out as if welcoming each disciple, even his betrayer, into them. The other was of an old man, hands folded in prayer,Continue reading “THROWBACK THURSDAY: On the Other Side of Easter (Written 2020)”
I wrote this in 2010 following knee injury.
“Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.” Matthew 26:41 I love the above verse. I feel like it really encompasses the idea of Lent. Lent gives us an opportunity to feel and understand just how weak we really are. It doesn’t matterContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: WEAKNESS (Lent 2016)”
Sometimes I just enjoy writing poetry
This is the first paragraph of a story I just started writing. It’s based on a dream I had recently. It was such a vivid dream and played out like a picture book come to life. So much detail in the scenery! I don’t know if writing about it will ever do it justice, butContinue reading “IVA”