Burlington Presbyterian Church
So much of life is, indeed, a mystery to us. My Gran had a chronic form of leukemia, with which she had lived and managed quite well for several years. 532 more words
2 days, 22 hours ago
On Life, Hope y todo lo demás...
Here I am 21 years later living in the same apartment I landed in when I came to the city of San Francisco. Life is full of surprises and as I walked through the park on my way here this evening, I was smiling at the irony of it all. 154 more words
4 days, 18 hours ago
I remember reading about Jesus’s conception as a young girl and thinking it’s not a big deal… As an older girl, it does become a big deal. 215 more words
What a ride
Sound the sirens, full speed ahead
Welcome to this joyride
I am grateful; I am pained; I am blissful; I am shamed; I am hopeful; I am lost… 190 more words
1 week, 1 day ago
Now, its said that death is the one thing that a medical student cannot live without seeing. That its the one procedures especially one in their clinical years can’t miss.. 381 more words
“That a person much younger than her is running a website and rejecting her for a job symbolises the last generation raised on substance being skipped over for one raised on style.”
1 week, 3 days ago
the circle of life
Remember that rainy September day?
The cloud-filled sky and the freedom
from the sun’s tyranny?
No need to finish up summer today.
You gave yourself permission… 231 more words
1 week, 4 days ago