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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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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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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WELCOME HOME, AUNT EMMA

Skyler was my Great Grandson. He was born on July 1, 2016. He was a handsome baby boy with eyes that melted my heart. I remember holding him in my arms and falling in love.  Twenty-nine days later, this precious little boy, made his journey to Heaven. He is missed beyond words.  Welcome Home, Aunt Emma is the 30th letter […]

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DEAR LORD HEAR MY PRAYER

It was early Monday morning when I got the call. A frantic call. A call that would change and break my heart. The caller, my brother-in-law, short words; she is in the ambulance, they can’t revive her. That was all.  “They can’t revive her.”  Stunned, what was happening? My youngest sister? No, it can’t be! Got up, wandered around in […]

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SENTIMENTAL SWEET DAD SATURDAY

It is snowing, and I am feeling sentimental about a man who made a big difference in my life. A man who loved dogs, and living in the country. A man who believed in hard work and helping others. A man who endured illnesses throughout his life, and a man with the brownest of brown eyes. A man I am proud […]

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