Tags » Dealing With The Past

Searching for Self

The search for information about Hope’s family started a year ago for me. I starting digging for numerous reasons, I suppose, but mostly I was curious about how this kid ended up in my home instead of with her parents  or with some extended family.   1,006 more words

Adoption

Spring Cleaning

I put all my emotions into the hospital they needed healing

I took a knife, cut off the Past and felt lighter

Sadness, grief and discontentment were all burned on stake in the Garden of Possibility… 36 more words

Poems

Shadow of a father (#0235) 03/24/15


I have instant karma. For example, today all of the coughing and sneezing at work was bugging me and I was a bit gruff to a friendly co-worker. 391 more words

Family

Finding a Canyon, Realizing my Strength

Last year, I discovered an amazing place that wasn’t all that far from home. It’s called Providence Canyon, which according to the state site is Georgia’s ‘Little Grand Canyon.’ This highly visited site is “a testament to the power of man’s influence on the land. 630 more words

Photography

"It's In The Past"

Lately I’ve been contemplating what it means to look your past in the face, and be liberated from it.

My past is something that I will, upon request, and at the drop of a hat, freely share about. 358 more words

Christian

Blog Tour: JANE by Michelle Onuorah

Review

Michelle Onuorah’s JANE is one of those novels that take you by surprise. It’s not my usual genre–I usually avoid novels with too much of a spiritual or inspirational theme because they tend to be too preachy for me. 478 more words

Books

"Visions of Vietnam": Seeking Support

Excerpt from the Forthcoming Memoir by David J. McCallum:

Visions of Vietnam: An Army Medic’s View of the War

(December 1965- December 1966)

Over the years I had been urged by several vets to seek help for the symptoms I displayed. 329 more words

David J. McCallum