Her Choices The road she travels weekly from country home, four tires crunching the turn in the road to town The pattern grueling as she spends five in the city, then home for two and time with her baby, her mom. Times were hard in 1949, choices even harder. Notice the droop in her shoulders … Continue reading Her Choices
First, I didn’t grow up attending Catholic Church or attend Catechism classes. In fact, I became a Christian in my thirty-fifth year. Anyway I have always observed Lent as a Holy time leading up to Easter when we celebrate that Christ is risen giving us, the sinners, the great gift of forgiveness of our sins. … Continue reading What are Ash Wednesday and Lent?
I've been taking a class online from OM Magazine named "Healing through Writing" and this was my assignment this week. **Trigger Warning** if you have been sexually abused as a child because there is mention of the abuse, nothing graphic. Assignment: Think about a photo of someone like your parents, grandparents, or a lover. Sit quietly … Continue reading A Letter to the Soldier
In my musings on life and what truly matters in our inner life and soul one of the biggest questions was “Who am I?” That is what led to my journey to get in touch with who I was. There was a time when I identified as nurse, mom, wife, woman and chauffeur. But I didn’t … Continue reading Soul Musings on What Matters Part 1