A TUESDAY RAINBOW

  It rained again today. It was also damp. Damp to the point that it chilled me to the bone. I must admit, I didn’t do much except the normal everyday things. However, I did write, and I did pray. As the day went on, I thought about senior citizens who are alone and wondered if a visitor visiting on […]

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AND THE ANGELS WHISPERED

I must admit that tonight’s story has been stirring for a while. Although it continues to nudge me, I have no idea why and how I am to write it. So, bear with me as I try to figure out the path this story will take. In my journey over the years, I have met several men, women, and children […]

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THE HARVEST LETTER

I love writing Skyler’s Letters. What started out as a comfort to me now has evolved into bringing peace and comfort to many who have suffered the loss of a child, regardless of their age. The Harvest Message was originally written and published in October 2017­­­. Skyler was born on July 1, 2016. It was a warm summer’s day with […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF CHILDREN

I love children; always have. Even as a child, I enjoyed it when a baby cousin accompanied an aunt or uncle visiting our home. I always thought babies had their own uniqueness; soft skin, sparkling eyes, and a sweet, fresh smell all their own. Unless they needed a diaper change! My love for children continued as I grew up. I […]

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A SWEET HEAVENLY SKY

This morning, I got up before the crack of dawn, poured a cup of piping hot coffee, then turned on the news. I watched for a few minutes and realized that I didn’t want to start my day with the sadness that was being reported. So, I turned on Christmas movie, put my feet up, and indulged myself in sweetness. […]

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