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WEDDING DAY

Wandering Willie steps out his door daily at 11:30. He seems somewhat dazed but not dangerous to himself or others. What is he looking for? Does he need help? Gentle whispers from gentle souls about a gentle man. But Willie … Continue reading

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DAVID TIES THE KNOT

David is my late-thirties grandson who has made life an adventure. In the mix he has met some very nice girls but no one really KO’d him until Oriana. She won my heart quickly also. The marriage took place in … Continue reading

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A PROMISE KEEPER

Armon stepped out of the cab, straightened his tie, and with a sigh he faced the merry-go-round.  On the other side he would become hale-fellow-well-met, inventive, energetic, next in line for assistant vice president. No let down for ten hours when … Continue reading

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LOVE AND SEX – GRAMMA, SHOULD YOU TALK LIKE THAT?

My love story! Here. My heart breaks for young people these days. Those who never experience the picture drawing, winks, making peanut butter sandwiches, dreaming fairy tale dreams, carrying twigs together, codes (like every time Sammy cleared his throat in … Continue reading

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SUNDAY’S SIMPLE SERMON, Sept. 20, 2020

 Love: So thankful for love so deep it doesn’t have to be expressed to be known – and also for love so deep that it calls to us in words sometimes also. Most people never find this kind of love … Continue reading

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SAM’S STORY – part 7, Me

  So, here I am injecting myself into Sam’s Story!  I wasn’t intending to do a part 7, but I didn’t want to leave Sammy fending for himself in that big old New York City.  No, he didn’t stay there … Continue reading

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MEN

Men, men, what would I do without them? I am blessed with many good men in my life: Sons, Grand-sons, Brother, Brothers-in-law, Nephews, Pastor, and Friends – And most of all, my husband, Sammy. Without him —- Instead of picking … Continue reading

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CITY CALLED “HEART’S DESIRE”

PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart Monica and Larry found no place good enough for their honeymoon.  Even NYC and Paris paled in comparison to the amazing experiences they had had on their space flights.  They decided to build “Heart’s Desire,” a … Continue reading

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CHANCE FOR HAPPINESS?

“Oh, please Hun, let’s buy it,” Lydia pleaded. Hun gave a loving but somewhat derisive chuckle.  “Oh, I can see it now.  The first time we have had money to invest, and you want this!” “I can see Luke and … Continue reading

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“I’LL LOOK AFTER HER”

      How about that three cent stamp!  This was the letter Sammy wrote my parents in 1953. Letterhead was Southwestern Bible College in Oklahoma City.  Dated April 10, 1953: Dear Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers,         … Continue reading

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