I stood in the foyer of church as people rushed by in crowds. Some stopped to say hello or introduce someone to me and shake hands. I turned around. I don’t usually remember dreams but this was clear.The pastor was behind me leaning against a table. He asked about my hurt leg. I told himContinue reading “Adoption”
. . . it’s about a rule of life: The way you view your adversity today determines the height to which you will rise tomorrow. By Alan D. Wright in The God Moment Principle
“I believe in an open mind, but not so open that your brains fall out.” Hays Sulzberger I love quotes. This one I found in an old Readers Digest.
A new year. Still looking for that perfect place to let my memories flow, imagination run and emotions gather. However, I have found that any new setting sparks my creative juices. So maybe that is the answer– find new back porches, grassy coves and mountains heights to experience.
Midnight. Days before Christmas. I wonder why I am awake in the middle of the night. It must be as I’ve heard, writers write at the strangest times. When the persistent urge to create attacks, then we pull on our slippers, sleepwalk to the nearest computer or pen and paper, and write until the urgeContinue reading “The Vapor”