I have to say that today is one of the best days I’ve had in weeks. I went grocery shopping this morning and one of my favorite cashiers was back to work after testing positive for COVID-19. MILD case but still I saw her and felt good and had hope. Coming back from walking to […]Read More It’s the Little Things
Loved this movie. It’s a great example of people with so-called disabilities shine with their abilities and heart. Jake has downs syndrome and escapes his living conditions on an adventure to find a wrestling school. Odd premise but it is so heart-warming to watch how he overcomes and finds friends along the way. Just watch […]Read More The Peanut Butter Falcon
Have a very merry Christmas! Luke 2:10-12Read More Merry Christmas!
Mixing it up with some of my older writing……this is from twenty years ago. Love appears in the distance, when I try to focus my eyes fail me As if it were merely a mirage Alone, I can feel you there As if just beyond the smokey horizon The air is heavy and deeply fills […]Read More I Know You’re There
How will you know me, when you see me again? Will my smile still be there, can we still laugh at my jokes? Will our hearts be in full view so I can recognize you? Will you feel me from the inside in the form you now have? Will it be like finding only the […]Read More How Will You Know Me?
Bandit was with me for 12 years but died on 8/5/2019.I found him living behind my place just relaxing in the sun on the sidewalk. I kept seeing him there for several days but when I approached he would run into the blackberry bushes.I started to put out food and water for him. Pretty soon […]Read More Bandit
Two films from director Michael Hoffman. The Last Station Based on the novel by Jay Parini, Hoffman brilliantly takes the story of the last year of Leo Tolstoy’s life and manages to make it heart warming and funny. To sum up the movie, Living with the difficulty of love or the possibility of living without […]Read More The Last Station and The Emperor’s Club