It only takes a little bit of lace to ruin a marriage. Julia felt bad that her shoe laces kept coming undone, causing her husband, Curt, great distress. He was determined to reach the next hut on the Appalacian Mountains Trail before most of the goodies left inside the huts were gone. His impatience was... Continue Reading →
I do not wish to disparage love, For love makes the world go round. Yet it makes us such different people, As our emotions tend to come unbound. That one person's kiss could bring us joy, Of all the human race who inhabit the earth, Seems crazy, to me, but I thank God For that... Continue Reading →
There was a time when losing weight was so important to me, because the decision to become smaller was geared towards finding someone to love me. I never dated as a teenager, was not even asked on a date by a boy throughout high school, so I hungered for attention and the love of others.... Continue Reading →
Hosea 2:19-20 I will betroth you to me forever; I will betroth you in righteousness and justice, in love and compassion. I will betroth you in faithfulness, and you will acknowledge the Lord. Meaningful relationships can be hard to sustain, with all the expectations that we encounter daily. Being parents, spouses, siblings, friends, and employees requires us to... Continue Reading →
Time can slip away! Speak of love and care today. No better moment! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challeng #346: Slip and Time. Tomorrow is promised to us!
Ambling down the streets of Paris, I noted the oeillade looks between couples and heard promises made that I suspected wouldn't be honored whatsoever! I am willing to admit that my cynicism may be fueled by recently having survived a torrent of abuse that left me distrustful of treacle, words that trick the heart into... Continue Reading →
A Valentine's Day gift from my Husband, Douglas, two years ago! She got lost on the way to the latest museum. Traveling alone near Aberdeen, Scotland, she had two things on her mind as she approached a small village: rest and food. She wasn't looking for romance, as no one had ever shown an interest... Continue Reading →