John 4: 46-53 Once more he visited Cana in Galilee, where he had turned the water into wine. And there was a certain royal official whose son lay sick at Capernaum. 47 When this man heard that Jesus had arrived in Galilee from Judea, he went to him and begged him to come and heal his son, who was... Continue Reading →
What the eyes don't see doesn't stop one believing, If the meanings of regular words are misunderstood. No matter how much you try to educate a person, It's hard to get them to believe their way isn't good. Simple words like rights, unity, ethics, and morality Tend to get lost so often in politic wrangling... Continue Reading →
I see you on the grocery shelf, and you start to beguile me. My willpower deteriorates; I'm on the precipice of weight gain. I so want to taste your sweetness that makes my mouth a happy place, But if I succumb to my cravings, it will be my emotions that reign. Written for the Weekend... Continue Reading →
In an earlier blog post, I asked the question, "Can I Stay Fit on My Own? I wondered if I needed to become a life member of the weight-loss program that I have been own. I reached my goal weight, and because the date to renew was imminent, I decided to cancel the subscription. I... Continue Reading →
Eating forbidden foods made her happy! Written for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt #74 from My Random Ramblings: Happy. Only someone on a diet would think of this one.
I remind myself: Good will triumph! Written for the Six Word Saturday Project from Debbie Smyth of Travel with Intent.
Rough season behind! I called out and you heard me. Oh, Lord, I thank you. Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge: season and rough.
Psalm 116: 12-14 (The Message) What can I give back to God for the blessings he’s poured out on me?I’ll lift high the cup of salvation—a toast to God! I’ll pray in the name of God; I’ll complete what I promised God I’d do, and I’ll do it together with his people. Since last March, so many of us have... Continue Reading →
John and Lexie had been married for years, And even in bad times, they decided to persevere. But, now they belong to different political factions, So, they've decided upon a much-needed subtraction, As Lexie's important name John constantly smears. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #193 from Sammiscribbles: faction in 39 words.
Maddie and Curt were silent as they drove towards their favorite camping ground. They had packed their provisions carefully, especially the chocolate ripple ice cream that they both loved so much!. They'd stored it in a freezer bag covered with ice, in an attempt to keep it from going all mushy. Their adult children couldn't... Continue Reading →