A Thank-You Card to God and Douglas He Loves Me! This week at one of my doctor visits, I caught sight of my husband staring in worry. Then, he touched my face, and I felt so loved. I thought I need to write a blog about this amazing love, because there is so much negative... Continue Reading →
From Freeimages.com View life like a fruit! Sink your teeth in its sweetness! Take each bite with joy! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #344: Bite and Teeth.
Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, GA View nature's wonders. They will add joy to your life. Give thanks to our God! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #333: Life and View.
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com In the pale light of an autumn day, As the bells of a church pealed in the background, I leaped in your arms, Joyful to be loved and spending this moment with you. Written for Photo Challenge #333 from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie and the Three Things Challenge #366: leap, pale, and... Continue Reading →
Photo image from Dan Grinwis Unsplash I tried to follow in my Grandma's footsteps, To make it easier to survive the pain in this life. But, I came to the place where her journey stopped, Before I'd encountered my own struggles and strife. I learned that I was never meant to walk in her steps,... Continue Reading →
The title demonstrates a dilemma I wrestled with on last evening. Let me lay out the story for you, so you can understand the question. As I walked to the kitchen on Saturday morning, I felt a severe pain in my right abdomen. I assumed it would go away after a little rest. But, it... Continue Reading →
Where did the years go? So much that never occurred. It's unreal that I'm in my sixties, My life seems to have passed in a blur. But I am thankful for memories Of events that I didn't miss. And I am still young enough To take a few more risks. Written for 50 Word Thursday... Continue Reading →
My feet were held to the fire, By someone I thought I could trust. When I could no longer bear the pain, I knew my life I needed to adjust. So, I called out to my Creator, Lord, this is not the love I sought. He answered and saved my life, For by His blood... Continue Reading →
Watching the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, The utter destruction in its wake. I feel the Earth groaning beneath my feet, Asking, "People, what more will it take?" I don't know how to answer the question, As I contemplate the electric sky. Research is seen as liberal gibberish, Not believed, no matter how hard scientists try.... Continue Reading →
One of the features of our new Georgia home that I most disliked and wanted to change was the kitchen range. The burners where you sit the pots and pans were blackened badly and seemed unsalvageable. I tried to talk Douglas into a nice new gas stove, but, of course, it was a huge expense,... Continue Reading →