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Today I feel more conversant with the memory of my husbands last days than usual, so I wrote a poem. Although I may not be considered a poet, I still feel conversant with his memory. A MEMORY afraid to forget Some die soft and others die-hard. You left me…
This week I noticed an interesting post by Linda G. Hill about doors and wanted to share my favorite image, a very vintage holy card of the child Jesus peeking through the door of the tabernacle.(public domain image) Thank you, Linda, for your contribution and introduction. Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to… Continue reading Thursdays Doors — Vintage Holy Card
A find, a treasure found in a Thrift store. A treasure to me, but to another, it might have been tossed away, and forgotten. Think about the fact that for someone to have given it away just like that; furthermore by the grace of God this little treasure was found. Found not be me, but… Continue reading A Find! A Treasure
Brick wall appropriate for this One-Liner Wednesday sentence. God needs us not, but He wants us — we souls need Him, many do not want Him.
My post here is an acceptance of Colleen Chesebro Challenge Tanka Poetry; her challenge is to use the synonyms for the words “gather and “soft” my choice was “get together” and “foolish for soft ” – My choice of format is the Butterfly Cinquain one of my favorites. Chosen get together appreciate this truth God… Continue reading Our Journey #Tanka Tuesday — Poetry
This is what it’s all ABOUT! God gives us our heart’s desire, so be careful what you desire. Dream or nightmare Heaven or Hell whatever the message is clear and it happened to me. One of those dreams you can’t forget; unlike others, you can’t remember. As a young girl, and… Continue reading The About Page
FOREVER AND Why is it that forever has no end? The Divine Mysteries, when looking deeply into these holy events, we experience the super with the natural and arrive at the Supernatural. We contemplate! Think about a rose, so sweet even as a bud, then it begins to open, more extensive and soon a full-blown rose.… Continue reading The Mystery of …