I never heard my dad judge a person based on color, ethnicity or gender.
As I was talking with my therapist the other day, we were discussing how I, as an individual, and we, Tony & I, are in a really good place. I agreed and mentioned that we were a little anxious in moments that the "other shoe was going to drop." She stated that we can never… Continue reading How To Keep Fear Out of Your Joy
In the garden, Autumn is, indeed the crowning glory of the year, bringing us the fruition of months of thought and care and toil. And at no season, safe perhaps in Daffodil time, do we get such superb colour effects as from August to November. Rose G. Kingsley Fall is the best time of… Continue reading A Poem About Fall
One of the fun things about living in an actual neighborhood is the ability to walk all over. I can walk to the park, restaurants, the grocery store, Strand shopping and to the beach. I. LOVE. IT I can also walk to church. Along the way, I see all types of architecture in the homes. … Continue reading A Sunday Stroll
One of the reasons I love living on the island is that everyday I see this verse in action.
Today is our Anniversary! 27 years ago I made the best decision of my life! As I sit here and think about what had transpired over these years, I am in awe. There is a phrase I like to use about Tony when people are talking about marriage and so forth- "Just as the sun… Continue reading Celebration Day! 27 Years Strong
Everyone thinks that living at the beach is just a perfect life. Well, actually... It is! Or at least it can be. But in reality, a perfect life is where you are and what you make it. I could be irritated, angry or depressed here in my historic neighborhood if I choose to. Or I… Continue reading Summer Stroll
The Sunlight calls to me through my closed eyelids My garden whispers to my soul "Wake up, Wake up!" My mind begins to wander down the garden paths, Noting all the jobs that await my eager hands. So I wake and greet the day I greet the earth and all creation. My hands… Continue reading The Garden