A poem that does not specify what it describes. Loved and hated both with the same passion Yet we stay neutral in beige We are fun guys They joke at our expense Those who love us to those who do not The waitress at the pizza joint asks fresh or canned, […]Read more "A Canned Response"
It best to explain this entry after a long pause with the words that frequently come on my heart. Luke 2:19, “Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.” Bloggers neglect their sites, pay domaine fees, and occasionally post an article about what has prevented them from writing. The reality is, […]Read more "Change of Seasons"
Tonight my daughters sat on the bedroom floor having a heart to heart. They came together on their own accord so it was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. This image is an answer to a prayer I stopped praying years ago. Through this one unexpected addition to our family, our house […]Read more "Returning to a family"
Whoosh! That was the sound of November rushing by adorned by crisp autumn leaves. In case you didn’t realize this, tomorrow is the last day of November. For me, it became a month of continual change in the direction of the wind. If I were floating in a sailboat, I would have made several circles on the lake. I have […]Read more "Holiday Obligations"
Yesterday morning I waited for my bank to open to get a new debit card. I noticed a fraudulent charge while balancing my account after work and immediately shut the card down. It nice that there are bankers waiting to talk to me in the middle of the night when my waitressing gig ends. Like […]Read more "Patience Is A Virtue"
This weekend I had a repeat customer. He had just been in the night before, loved the dish he shared with friends, and couldn’t resist returning for a repeat performance before leaving town. His friends had flown out already but he would be in town one more night. I had chatted with the trio the […]Read more "Pardon me… GRACE"
Just over a year ago, I was meeting with a Literary Agent at a conference in North Carolina. Less than a day before I flew to the conference I had been downsized from my corporate job. I enjoyed agency life but this was my second downsizing in almost 14 years– a lot of time to feel comfortable. […]Read more "Waiting. It’s the Hardest Part."