Reflect or Regret? Part 3

As a silver-haired person, I retain the privileges of Reflection or Regrets. I’ve earned this right through years of trials, temptations, and choices. My journal excerpt—Reflect on hope.  Singleness—After a few decades of marriage, and destruction of the relationship, it ended in divorce. We were relieved and heartbroken. New life began for me when I…

Reflect or Regret? Part 2-Persistence

As a silver-haired person, I retain the privileges of Reflection or Regrets. I’ve earned this right through years of trials, temptations, and choices. My journal excerpt—Reflect on persistence. Desires and dreams- In middle school, a friend of mine encouraged me to join Glee Club, where I discovered my love for singing. At thirteen years-old, I…

“Short and Sweet Too”

Announcing the publication of my very short—275 single-syllable word story, Sword of Truth, in Grace Publishing’s Short and Sweet Too anthology released TODAY. I am thankful for my editors!

Reflect or Regret? Part 2

As a silver-haired person, and I retain the privileges of Reflection or Regrets. I’ve earned this right through years of trials, temptations, and choices. Today’s journal excerpt —Regrets. First marriage-Was very difficult, my kids were hurt from it. I wanted so much better for them…that’s all I have to say about that. College-My parents and…

Walker and Reacher

God bless William, Elmer, and Alfred—inventors of the *walker for mobility.  I’m thankful for the one I used for about six months, and for my eighty-eight-year old mom having freedom with hers. I think… Mom literally walked her first walker’s wheels into shreds, down to the metal. I wished I’d taken a photo. It lasted…