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HOW OLD WILL I LOOK IN HEAVEN? 3/14

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known” 1 Cor. 13:12 There will not be ethnic groups (Jew nor Greek) male or female (Gal. 13:28) That’s … Continue reading

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STEPS BEYOND SIGHT

. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step. Martin Luther King, Jr Terri never had a home without steps. 1940 First home with mom and dad, a duplex 1954 Moved to a new home in … Continue reading

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BENDING TO THE TIMES

Mostly I go unnoticed, unseen. Waiting quietly, blended in the scene. There’s a lot of me left – though bended with age. People look as scanning a page. “Gorgeous roses,” I hear in the Spring “See the glistening water drops,” … Continue reading

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TENDER TIMES

A Freudian slip? A name from a former time. The name was not mine! How to deal with this? Didn’t take long to find out. I did it also! ***************** Ronovan’s haiku using words “slip” and “time” brought a long … Continue reading

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UNDER THE WEATHER? YES!

Sounds like I might not have time to design a blog pleasing to your eyes, sweetly fragrant to your nose, drops of wine on your lips, blankkie-snuggly to your touch, and a joyfully chanted tune in your ears BUT I … Continue reading

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OUCH, THAT HURT

OUCH, THAT HURT! So I got a bruise and a bit of battering, but only for a little while. No blood, no broken bones, no jerky joints, no head hurtles. Just a terrible wham on my shoulder. There is a … Continue reading

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SADIE BECOMES A LADY

There once was a child named Sadie Who bounced, jumped, and twirled As bands slipped from hair uncurled. Would Sadie ever become a lady? Now ninety, age has done her no favors And sitting has now replaced labors. Her mind … Continue reading

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WELCOME, WEE ONE

Great-great-grandmother – As the ebb and flow of life Brings me Oliver! _______________ Picture is my real great-great grandson. Adorable, huh? _______________ Written for Ronavan A weekly haiku challenge by Ronavan Writes

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A LASTING GIFT

MOST OF YOU can’t go with me in time back to 1949, the date of the picture in the middle top. I don’t remember the guy in the picture; that has no importance. I am looking to see if I … Continue reading

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GETTING MY WALKING DONE

Okay, I’m on again.    So what will I write?  One of my master classics.  I’ll tell you of ME on Thursday. I was thrown off schedule by spending a couple hours making a delivery order from Aldi’s.  For some … Continue reading

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