I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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Just make me happy. Give me a guppy, a birthstone ring… a perky teacup, that sort of thing. I prefer Joy. A mature kind of happiness, a grandchild, security, …an old man who has been loyal to me. I’ve been … Continue reading
My hands are up. I surrender. See the white flag I carry. That is all to say, I give up on my conquest to keep the Christmas card tradition. Well, hopefully, I keep it through my last Christmas; I expect … Continue reading
Back then, when? I don’t remember but possible 23 to 25 years ago, three sisters entered a Duckwall’s Variety Store in Hugoton, Kansas. And came out with some dolls. One of which is shown above as she looks today in … Continue reading
Last year the carolers came. I knew most of them; they were from my church. My pastor and his wife were with them. It was a special treat. Caroling only came into my life after I married. I must have … Continue reading
Geraniums in the sun; geraniums not in the sun. I’m thinking I’m better off in the Son! Won’t lose my bloom as fast! ******* SENDING NOVEMBER PRAYERS THAT YOU WALK IN THE SON! Pictures from Face Book, 2014
Frosty scene outside Brings pleasant glint to my eye. Satisfying work. ************ Written for Ronovan’s Haiku challenge using words “frost” and “glint” Image: Picture, my window to my back yard.
Neither Juan Ponce de Leon not Mrs. Jane Doe ever found the fountain of youth. The snake oil sold by Mr. Chara Ton was a dreamer’s sham. Losing weight won’t do it, even if you appear … Continue reading