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His reply…

Dear Lila,

I think it’s obvious, I miss you and I think about you every day…

Doctor J

No contact after how many days now? 919 more words


44 of 16 x 365

I want for my children to live longer than me/ Be stronger smarter and certainly more free/ Want my son to know love and all it can be/ So I shower him with hugs most frequently/ Then when he speaks to me I look and listen/ The times coming quick this time I’m missing/ Answering questions thanked by sweet kissing/ The best father I can be fulfilling a life mission/ We all have many callings but very few answers/ So listen to the voice inside that’s loves dancer/ Stay safe and take your share of chances and some/ May not like that you’re so beautifully handsome/ Please no one that it displeases you to do so/ That all of your actions may align your soul/ Take hold and manifest in your own happiness/ Stand bold and never accept some deserve less… 10 more words

Joy On Friday: The Metabolism Of Sovereignty (By Donna Vander Griend)

Her funeral is on Friday.

Months ago I had visited my Aunt Gert at the Christian Health Center to return the two pictures I ‘stole’ off her wall, sepia-toned family photos of her parents’ families of origin.  557 more words

Never Forget

Never forget where you came from. I’m not talking about family roots, not your culture, not your religious belief, but humanity. Never forget where you came from.   242 more words


very old and very young | 1925/08/08

Glossy silver gelatine contact print from Vienna, dated 1925/08/08.  The image comes from a very ambitious amateur Austrian photographer. Glad to have caught some of his private photos. 55 more words



Bantwini says the current young-love story line is sending the wrong message to impressionable kids.
The story line focuses around Prince – Queen’s son – who is a teenager dating a girl who regularly visits him at his parents’ house. 61 more words


Throwback Thursday {back to school}

Florida schools started this week. I grew up when schools started after Labor Day and got out just before Memorial Day.

Girls had to wear dresses until somewhere around Junior High when pants were allowed if the temperature got below a certain number.  550 more words