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The Monastery - Fandango #writephoto

Janet was cold and miserable, her feet torn, bleeding, and wet from running through the rough brush as fast as she could. She could see the clouds of her breath plume into the wintry air as she paused to look back at the old monastery where she’d been imprisoned for more years than she could count. 61 more words

Photography

When Plan B is A-Okay!

What do you have when your wedding is set among 80 beautiful acres and white fences wrapping themselves around a quaint rod-iron wedding gazebo on a Florida May afternoon?  140 more words

I Do

I made a vow

To love and hold and cherish

And as time goes rolling by

I will I will I do.

Poetry

#writephoto — The Monastery

Janet was cold and miserable, her feet torn, bleeding, and wet from running through the rough brush as fast as she could. She could see the clouds of her breath plume into the wintry air as she paused to look back at the old monastery where she’d been imprisoned for more years than she could count. 422 more words

Flash Fiction

The Future of Religious Life

As the world changes, so too does religious life. 150 years ago, there were thousands of women and men religious in the United States running schools, hospitals, orphanages, and centers for the poor. 822 more words

Video

Megan and Harry Said Their Vows Yesterday; How Sacred Are These Vows?

I have always wanted to write on the sacredness of marriage vows, watching the royal wedding vows exchange between Megan and Harry reminds me that these words are not just wordy vows but proclamations to be committed till death. 583 more words

Social Issues

My Word is My Bond

One would have to have been living under a rock to have not been aware of the royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle yesterday. 362 more words

WONDER