Monthly Archives: May 2013
Babes to mothers… how swiftly the years tick by. I was looking at your sweet face and then looking into your son’s eyes. Those eyes… they are like twinkling joy pumps. Those reaching arms are heart warmers, and that wide … Continue reading
When the widow weeps, there is no right or wrong way, there is no designated time for grief to run its jagged course. There is not enough compassion to ease the pain of loss but only gentle touches to assure … Continue reading
Remember what the doctor said, “Life is hard.” God has not said it would be otherwise. It’s not about plucking grapes off the stem in the shade of a soft willow tree. It’s more attuned to the filling up of … Continue reading
Psyche hug; an embrace with the sole intention of assuring and comforting.
For the one in anguish, cry. Sob till you’re ducts are numb. Bury your head into your hands and wait for some love to come. If you feel wretched, let it go your soul’s debt has been paid. There is … Continue reading
I rescued a trapped butterfly and it made me feel important and since he’s just been hanging around. There is something about their fragility, their naivety, their sleek elegance that sets them apart in my eyes. I’ve needed rescued before … Continue reading