Skyler’s Letter; Tears From Heaven

Today is November 29, 2017. Sixteen months ago, my precious great-grandson made his journey to heaven. His name was Skyler and he was only twenty-nine days old. This is my twenty-first letter to Skyler.  I originally started journaling to help me with the grief I was feeling. However, the more I journaled the more I wanted to share with those that had suffered […]

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Boxes of Blessings

It’s Thanksgiving night and I am thankful for my family who gathered in my home. It was a day to gaze around the table and listen to the laughter and stories from my grown children.  As I listened, I thanked God for their good health and happiness.  Then my thoughts went back to another day; just two days ago, as […]

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The Gang on the Corner

I love to take walks after dinner. It is my time to unwind, think things through, and just enjoy my little town.  A few weeks ago, I had the most unusual experience. One that ruffled my feathers so to speak. As I was walking down a popular street in town, I noticed a group of peculiarly dressed members of a gang. […]

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Annette

This is a story about a wonderful woman with a heart of gold.  A woman who is a hardworking dreamer filled with kindness, helping hands and a heart that accepts all those she meets. Especially the children she saw on a daily basis.  Although she only saw them for thirty minutes a day, the joy she brought them and the […]

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Skyler and the Harvest Message

 Today is October 29, 2017.  Fifteen months ago, my great-grandson Skyler made his journey to heaven. He was born on July 1, 2016. It was a warm summer’s day with a deep blue sky and not a cloud in sight. The birds were singing as if they knew something wonderful was about to happen to our family.  That something wonderful […]

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Just a Little Faith

Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Typhoons. Destruction. Death. Homeless. Rampant Drugs. Hunger. Thirst. Hate. Bullying. Heartbreak. None Accepting. Mental Illness. Guns. Deaths. Gangs. Fear. Major Fires. Anxiety. Hopelessness. Tears. And More Deaths.   Pick up the paper on any given day and you probably can read an article about any of the above mentioned. It is very easy for anyone to get drawn […]

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