PEACE FROM THE MOURNING DOVE COO

For the last three days, two Mourning Doves have visited me. The first day they meandered on my driveway, sauntering together like a couple enjoying a spring day. On the second day, they explored the yard stopping for a bite to eat at the feeder. Always together, always loving and caring towards each other. Today one sat on the deck […]

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CASSIE’S CHANGE OF HEART

Cassie’s Change of Heart is the third part of the Chipped and Mixed Matched Teacups. In part two: The Traveling Teacups, Cassie and Jim Davidson attend the reading of John’s Will. They were each given the teacup and saucer that held piping hot tea on a cold winter’s night. Along with the chipped and mixed- matched cups and saucers, they were […]

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WHEN FRIENDS GATHER

Tonight I had the pleasure of sharing dinner with my sister, Donna, and her husband, Albert. It is always a pleasure when family members get together. However, this story is about friends; church friends, neighbor friends, and new friends. It’s about the teens and parents working together; serving a meal, clearing the plates, and offering delicious desserts. I found the […]

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ACCEPTANCE AND LOVE

 Skyler was my great-grandson. He was born, July 1, 2016. Little did we know that twenty-nine days later, God’s angels would travel to earth, and escort our precious, perfect little boy to his forever home in heaven. I started writing the Skyler Letters to help me with my grief. However, I continue to write them to help others who might […]

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RUSTLING OF WINGS

Today as I walked to my book club, I was taken back by a group of birds ready to take off flying to who knows where. Although the sight of them was a treat, I was in awe by the rustling of their wings.  A beautiful sound resonated as they all flapped together getting ready for their trip.  I listened […]

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WHAT’S YOUR HURRY?

Did you ever wonder why so many people are in a hurry? Every day, I see people rushing here and there, driving way to fast, to go who knows where running red lights and honking horns. Why do some of us pile up our days with everything under the sun, leaving very little time to breathe?  I must confess, I […]

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TERRIFIC TRANQUIL THURSDAY

Today, was a tranquil day. I stayed home and took some time for me. I really needed it. Since my sister’s passing, I have been feeling tired, a little irritable, sad, and lost.  I know what I am experiencing is part of the grieving process; however, I just wished I had some energy.  So today, I read, worked on my […]

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