It’s Sunday, time to kick back, relax, and remember.
I wanted to dedicate this post to remembering those who have passed. Death is never easy for those left behind. When you lose someone close to you, you are never the same. I shared the poem below shortly after my sister passed away last year. I thought it was fitting to share it again now. Her birthday is next week, so I have been thinking a lot about her lately.
Even when it’s not someone you personally know, but the loss of a super star, it can be devastating. The following are pictures I took when I visited Paisley Park after Prince passed away last year (April 21st, 2017). It was so much more sparse than what it had been when the news first got out that he was gone. By the time I went most of it had blown away, the flowers had died, and so on. Continue reading →
Today is my birthday so I thought I would do a little bit different kind of tale, a tale about me. This will be my first “Tuesday Tale” about a human. But hey, as I always say, we humans and animals are all living, feeling beings…so why not?!
At church this past Sunday, the sermon was about fear. In this sermon and the one before the topic of being frozen in life was spoken about. When you’re fearful, you become frozen. They go hand in hand.
What does this have to do with me? Well, here I am another year older and I have been thinking a lot about my life, especially the last few years. Continue reading →
I planned a different tale this week, but I would like to keep my cat, Cino, as the center of my focus right now. This past week has been a very hard one. If you read my last post, Sunday Pause (Paws): Prayers for Cino, you know what is going on. If you haven’t, please do. So this Tuesday’s Tale is about Cino & I, when we met and what is going on now.
It has been a while since I have written a poem. I write them occasionally, mostly for family & friends. I have had so many emotions running through me this past week, a poem just felt appropriate. So here goes… Continue reading →
D0 you appreciate nature? Check out the video below. This is my
favorite song! I can not listen to it without crying. The part that gets to me is the chorus “I see the Lord seated on the throne, exalted, and the train of his robe fills the temple with glory, and the whole earth is filled, and the whole earth is filled, and the whole earth is filled with his glory.” I envision it every time and it is overwhelmingly beautiful to me. I think of the pain in the world, including animals suffering, and then I think of the train of his robe touching earth and I get overwhelmed. This video represents what I envision when I listen to this song, how beautiful everything is with God in it, how things were meant to be! There are some beautiful creatures in this video too!
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