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How does one capture the essence of freedom? Well one can give many answers for that question, but this morning I will give you my feelings on freedom and how I particularly feel free today. 1,837 more words


Breaking the silence, "I'm alright"

In response to Daily Prompt “Take Care” https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/take-care/

That’s Mirror Lake at the Japanese Garden here in Buffalo. I go to the Garden to relax and reflect, to meditate and be one with myself. 870 more words

A cup of ice and The Hoo-ha

She requested a cup of ice.

A cup from Sonic, to be specific.

“A tall cup of crushed or chipped ice,” Stephanie wrote in a Facebook request on Oct. 693 more words

Prayer For Oct. 19th

Hello, Friends! Here is the prayer for today…I once again offer my sincere apologies, for not being able to post any prayers the last week… last week was a rough one for me… I’m not going to try to make up the week of prayers, but will start fresh with this week and prayerfully will be able to keep up to date. 591 more words


Grandparents Day 2015

(To honour the best grandmother I ever knew- my mother- I offer this archived post on this Grandparent’s Day September 13)

‘But Grandma, I can’t eat so early in the morning.’ 456 more words

Living Life In Crescendo

A Leavetaking, part 2

My father became very depressed during his last few years. Not least of course when my mother died in early 2003. They had been married for well over 50 years, and had met during WWII in London, when he was a student at Kings College, London. 2,076 more words

A Death In The Family

The weight loss

He landed up in office after a month.

“Good to see you, been so long. You’ve lost a lot of weight. What have you been doing?” 124 more words