Scratch That.

Sometimes it's ok to be a quitter. That is really hard for me to write. I am one who prides myself on seeing things through, plowing through the hard stuff and checking the box when I'm finished. But I quit my Algebra class. I was doing fine, had a high B average and learned a... Continue Reading →

Endings and beginnings.

I took my dog for a walk this morning, noting the silver slug trails scribbled across the sidewalk. The light of dawn made them shimmer and become almost beautiful. For the first time in several weeks, I felt inspired to sit down and write. The flowers in the South are in full bloom, knockout roses... Continue Reading →

Stopping to Smell the Roses

It's an intense season. I've been immersed in all things "end of school" and barely have time to breathe, much less write. My firstborn graduates from high school in less than two weeks, which does not seem possible since he just started Kindergarten five minutes ago. But, alas, it's true and we are about to... Continue Reading →

When Quiet Won

It was so quiet that I could hear the fluttering of the birds' wings. Newly filled feeders had invited them near and in droves they came, red-winged blackbirds, nut-hatches, cardinals and sparrows all vying for position and dominance over the provisions that had been carefully hung from hooks and branches. The sun shone in all... Continue Reading →

The Word for 2019

Every year, as December draws to a close, I ask God to give me a word for the coming year. It's a little leap of faith, an exercise in expectation as I press in to hear His voice and fight to suppress my own. I look for it everywhere, in songs, books and conversations. I... Continue Reading →

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