One 70-something mother had asked her 40-something daughter, “What have you written about me on The Facebook?” We giggled at her unnecessary use of the word THE. But we were truly not laughing AT her, but in delight that at least she was trying to figure it out and talk about it. Isn’t that what we all do when we learn a new word or phrase?
“No matter how often our family comes to visit, the thing we most miss when we move away is having our friends come over.”
“I wondered where God might camp out in a grocery store. I looked near the bags of charcoal. I looked near the bread and wine. I looked near the devils food cake.”
Today I am entering into a creative cave with Chase and Tracy for 24 hours. When we periodically get together to write, it is like
“Ain’t it crazy? For a moment there this felt just like dying. But now I see that something inside. Is coming alive. Ain’t it crazy? … I lay me down in this sweet perfection. I am a witness to my resurrection…” From the song, Heal Me. By Melissa Etheridge, from her CD SKIN
Image via Wikipedia A dear mentor, Spirit-sister, writer-friend of mine who has had a BLOG since the 80s, recently encouraged me about my writing and