Ginny stood looking at the piece of art installed at the riverbank, trying to determine the message the sculptor was trying to impart. She tried to figure out what the green thing represented in relation to the beautiful blue waters beside it and the tall buildings in the background. What an enigma! It looked like... Continue Reading →
Moving away from my sweet neighbors, Blistered hands from all of the packing. The expectancy is of visiting grandchildren, Hoping those expectations will not go lacking. Yet, I hear my husband sobbing in the kitchen. He doesn't want me to witness his many tears. But, I think we both feel much sorrow, As we give... Continue Reading →
Amazed, I looked at my silhouette, For there was no hint of my constant sorrow! Instead, I seemed secure and relaxed, As though I yearned for each new tomorrow. There's no way the artist can capture my tears While only drawing me from the one side. So, I'll continue to pray for God to rescue... Continue Reading →
Oh, the wondrous and exquisite sounds of a violin solo! I went to see violinist Gil Shaham perform with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. It was a night my soul will not forget! I felt refreshed by the quality of the performances. Over time, I have come to love classical music, something I was not exposed... Continue Reading →
For this week's Pull Up a Seat photo Challenge from Xingfu Mama, I chose to post pictures of seats derived from natural settings. Most of them are rocks with flat surfaces just perfect for resting our tired bodies. Don't slide off! Take you shoes off and play in the leaves!
Katie wanted to love this city that was the hometown of her new husband, Charles. But, she was so homesick, and the super-tall buildings did not help alleviate her hunger for her island home on Kauai. Here the skyscraper kissed the sky, shutting out the sun's warming rays. How anyone found joy in their souls... Continue Reading →
Caroline read the note front and back, Wondering what Michael wanted to say. But there were so many misspelt words That she finally knew there was no way. So, she called him on the telephone, And asked, "What do you want, my child?" He said, "I wrote it all down in my note, Should my... Continue Reading →
I decided to join this challenge, as I have a photo that I think will inspire people to want to travel. Also, the photo highlights the beauty and peacefulness of a body of water. Lastly, the sculpture invites reflection, mainly as you wonder what the sculptor was thinking and who was the inspiration or muse... Continue Reading →