SOUL LIFTING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

I would like to invite you, dear readers, to take a journey back in time with me. A journey that started out early Saturday morning.  A drive that resembled a ride on a roller coaster with its ups and downs, and twists and turns.  A journey that I desperately needed. Was that the clock I heard? It couldn’t be five-forty […]

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CHIPPED AND MIXED MATCHED

It was a cold winter’s night. The fierce wind blew through the bare branches of the Scarlet Oak trees as the last car pulled into the driveway of the house at 428 Adelaide Drive. The doorbell finished its ringing as the last two guests walked through the black door, took off their boots in the foyer, then joking about the […]

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WARM-HEARTED WEDNESDAY

Do you remember the song, What the World Needs Now?  It’s a song about love; not just for one but for everyone.  I thought about that song a lot today. In fact, I thought about it so much, the tune is permanently stuck in my head. When I read the paper, or listen to the news, and yes, when I am […]

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A BEAUTIFUL DAY

It’s seven-thirty in the morning, the weatherman assures a nice day. A warm day, after the clouds dissipate, and the yellow sun makes its appearance; not a bad forecast for February. Sixteen days ago, my sister had her massive heart attack. She was on life support for six days before her passing.  Her funeral was six-days later. During this period, I […]

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LIFE IS LIKE AN ONION

It was a beautiful winter day. Sunny, cold in the morning, but delightful as the sun warmed up the afternoon. Just as I opened the patio door and stuck my head out, a feeling started at my feet then meandered throughout my body touching my heart and filling me with pure peace.  I must admit that I stepped out without […]

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UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN

Today is February first. It’s a new day and a new month; however, I am thinking about the last day of January. A day filled with a spectrum of emotions. Early Thursday morning… Got up early, grabbed a cup of coffee, showered, got dressed, husband warmed the car, picked up the food for later, drove on part dry, part black ice […]

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