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.
pranabaxom on GRANNETH’S PET? oneta hayes on GRANNETH’S PET? Na'ama Yehuda on TEMPTATION pranabaxom on GRANNETH’S PET? oneta hayes on GRANNETH’S PET?
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Category Archives: September writing prompts
How would it be possible to not connect “looming chaos” with Irma on this particular day. But I’m going a different route. I believe there will be a rapture of the church at which time Christ will call all his … Continue reading
(I am submitting a Mother Goose type rhyme for the prompt “Willy Nilly.”) BUSY BILLY Little Busy Billy Hurried here and there. Billy bathed with lye soap, And put oil on his hair. His mother gave up hope Of keeping … Continue reading
MISCOMMUNICATION People who speak with an accent often hear me wrong. I went into a small Chinese Restaurant and ordered Orange Dumplings. Imagine my surprise when I was served the meal in the picture! Okay, okay! That is the best … Continue reading
In response to September 5th prompt—Creases of the heart. Note: It is said by some that a diagonal crease in the ear lobes might be a signal of a bad heart. So with that in mind, I present evidence that … Continue reading
Try this out for a jump rope song— Silly putty, silly putty Makin’ snakes until your nutty. Looky there! Did you see that? One of the snakes Is wearing a hat! How many hats will it take To make … Continue reading
Although it was nice outside, Harry sat as he usually did in the old recliner with his feet up and the TV on. He seldom went out anymore Breathing was getting hard for him. Could hardly walk to the kitchen … Continue reading