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A mixed bag

I’ve been warned that tomorrow is a “mixed bag.” Some good, some bad. I think this means the woman responsible for Claire’s death will not be charged. 213 more words

Baby Loss

Be Still, My Soul!

Katharina A. von Schlegel, 1752 (German)
Jane L. Borthwick, 1855 (Translation)
Sung by SE Samonte


Time Travel.

I’ve rarely thought about Time Travel. And if I did, it was more with the fascination of entering an HG Wells type time machine, with knobs and gizmos, and traveling to the future. 146 more words


Be Riding Waves of Gratitude

Over two years ago, I started down a road that I never knew I would go down. My energetic, athletic mom had cancer take over her body. 276 more words


It Was One Of Those Days

Today on my way home from work I was thinking about Wolfgang A Mozart-

not the composer.

My cat.

Wolfie was a part of my family and he was with us for 17 years. 442 more words


Evangelicals and the surrender of privacy

I have a tendency to pull away from people during times of stress. Sometimes this is a necessary thing to do, but it was completely forbidden in my experience with Evangelical World. 750 more words


Sable 1996-2015

A while back someone posted a disturbing request from another person asking them to stop posting stuff about their animals and get children which for them was something more worthwhile in posting. 740 more words