I have always loved this ancient Hebrew/Arabic tale. This story is dear to me because it reminds me of my two sons. If you read the end of the post you will see why. Two Brothers Once many years ago, a very wealthy, widowed farmer, who knew he was dying, divided his fields between his two sons, Jonah … More This Is What Brothers Do
These are some photos of the beauty of changing leaves that I have collected over the past few years.
After being a compulsive rescuer all of my life, and now having no one to rescue constantly or even monthly, what do I do????? Rescuing is in my blood! Being raised by a former nursing student; being the oldest girl of four kids (the youngest being 12 years younger than me); and having nurses coming … More Rescue the Rescuer!
Many years ago, there was a holy man who traveled through the country side. It was rumored that this wise man had a large precious jewel that was more costly and beautiful than any ever fashioned or found. Whoever owned this jewel could have riches beyond their wildest dreams. The holy man kept this brilliant … More The Holy Man and The Precious Jewel
Cats are amazing creatures. I have two in my life: Norie, a black personality-loaded pantherette and Sister, demure, sweet-natured grey tabby feline with white legs. My two cats are in some ways like having two husbands! They give me affection, share their time with me, make me laugh, make me feel like I am … More Life With Two Cats
I wrote this article for Candid Slice in honor of my grandmother, Nina Alexander, my mother’s mother and to remind us of all the children still enslaved in child labor all over the world. The original post is from: http://www.candidslice.com/lost-childhoods-mill-labor-in-the-early-1900s/ My grandmother was born in 1901, 36 years after the Civil War. She spent her … More My Grandmother’s Childhood: Mill-Labor-in-The-Early-1900’s
Thanks to psychomother at http://www.thepsychomother.com/ for awarding me the Liebster award. This is one I never had before. She is an amazing mom who loves her kids and even slept on concrete outside the theater to hopefully fulfill her daughter’s dream to attend, hear and see “Hamilton” in the hopes of getting … More Liebster Award: Who Am I??