This is a strange time for all of us. Many of us have had to stay home except for necessary trips due to the Covid 19 virus. In the past two weeks or less we have done the things we have been putting off. We have read the books we meant to read but haven’t; … More What can I do?
I tried to write a piece to express my feelings of helplessness concerning the virus, the hatred, the suffering, the violence and the potential future we are heading for. But then I wanted to offer encouragement and help with ideas for what we could do. However I was never satisfied with what I wrote. This … More What Are We To Do???
Over the last month I have enjoyed getting to know a fellow blogger from South Africa, Morag Noffke. She is such an intelligent and artistic lady. Through this first person I ever met from South Africa, I have found her lifestyle and her country fascinating. We have exchanged many thoughts and experiences and found each … More Nominee for the Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award
I think most everyone who knows me knows that I am a Christian. I have never been one to push my faith on anyone. I believe that the Creator, God, Spirit or however you know Spirit loves his creation, whatever method was used to create it. I believe our mission is to spread that love … More A Modern Psalm By Melodie Elaine Estes
After a day of trying to enjoy Facebook I was saddened, by the suffering of the planet, it’s people, and everything seemed to be “going to hell in a handbag.” I thought about the fears and anxieties the now infected people are thinking and feeling when they become sick; what the hospital staff are going … More One Little Bird
My two cats have taught me many lessons about healthy living. After being owned by two cats, I can say un-CAT-egorically that I am a cat person. The CATharsis of sitting on the couch with one cat in my lap as I stroke her fur or watching the other cat entertain me with her antics can … More Healthy Living Lessons From My Cats
Several years ago I had the unique experience of rescuing a hawk. I often saw them flying close to my home and even 15 minutes away at work. I admired their beauty and strength as they flew. This hawk was not flying. He was in the driveway beneath my garage door windows on his back … More I Rescued a Hawk Once