Film Festival

 This weeks photo challenge is Nostalgia.  The last few weeks I have been traveling teaching and my heart seemed full of memories of my Father.   He loved to watch classics films.  Funny thing about him was he could watch them over and over yet still be immersed in the story.  There would be no doubt thatContinue reading “Film Festival”

Started with a pickle 

Saturday mornings were made for farmers markets.  I was surrounded by crisp fall air, sounds of the waves crashing on the rocks from the lake and the bustle of people their dogs and cloth bags. I really wasn’t sure what to get from the farmers today. There was no recipe in mind or even aContinue reading “Started with a pickle “

Fire fly nights

It was a hot summer night last evening. The sky clearly bright with stars and the smell of clean humid almost fall-hinted air. In the distance small flashes of light scattered around the backyard which was filled with the smell of barbecue from my neighbors grill. The sweet smell of barbecue sauce on meat sparkedContinue reading “Fire fly nights”

One more time

The other day a photographer came to interview me for a story they are doing in a local newspaper.  I am not exactly a fan of having my picture taken and this photographer must have sensed my anxiousness. He was a really nice man, born and raised in the city. He was chatting me upContinue reading “One more time”

At the Table

Sundays are becoming my new favorite day of the week. I was at a seminar this week listening to a speaker who was talking of leaders caring for their soul. We all have people we take care in our life. We all lead in someway caring for someone in our life, whether you are health professional, aContinue reading “At the Table”

College bound…A prayer for my son Joshua

Father God, Watch over our son Joshua as moves to college today for his first time away from home. As you know you have created this man in your image help him understand that, so he keeps you close while on his journey. As you see you have created a fine man,- one who seeksContinue reading “College bound…A prayer for my son Joshua”

When I grow up I want to be a Candy Bar.

I met him the first day he began life in our fascinating world. His young parents were so proud, yet afraid of the fantastic responsibility of caring for this little boy. The wonder of young parents was laden with such thoughts as: Would we protect him and keep him safe?, Would we be able toContinue reading “When I grow up I want to be a Candy Bar.”

The PEA by Joshua

The PEA Once upon a time, There was a handsome pea, which is me, and I lived in the royal refrigerator, but it smells, because in the royal refrigerator there are leftovers from the nineteen hundreds. The good part is that there in a cool breeze. Wait!, i think I hear footsteps. On My Gosh,Continue reading “The PEA by Joshua”