I lived exactly 8 miles from both towns in either direction,
Thus, I learned this valuable lesson…
The first Love Story “love series”
Don’t be sad this was a love story of the best kind… Long and Real.
When I was a little girl, I would find a toy that I had not seen in days or weeks even, and I would sometimes cry. I felt so sorry for the toys that I had not played with. I would then make myself play with them even if I did not want to because … Continue reading Empathy
It’s almost time. Thanksgiving is upon us. I know there is a lot of controversy over whether to celebrate or not celebrate. I have an American Indian bloodline. I can understand why Thanksgiving is controversial. Our people long ago were surprised and taken advantage of, killed. We have long celebrated this new world find and … Continue reading Thanksgiving Traditions
Diary 101 #9: Immortality-the ability to live forever; eternal life. The story of a struggling believer.
When we are born, our parents, no matter what they say, visualize a life for their child that they hope they have. When you are born into a Christian family that visualization is even more intense. Most of the time you are dedicated in the church by a minister so that you will be protected … Continue reading Diary 101 #9: Immortality-the ability to live forever; eternal life. The story of a struggling believer.
When I was young, June & July were the months that I lived for. June and July were no school months. I loved my freedom even when I was young. Summer in the south is somewhat magical because the flowers blooming In May and early June you can smell the honeysuckle in the air. The … Continue reading Louisiana Summers
Easter Traditions of the Past
It’s been a very long time since I was able to carry out any of my Easter traditions. The last time that I even got a little bit close was the first year I was officially an aunt. So, 2013. I was almost a year into my marriage and my husband and I were on … Continue reading Easter Traditions of the Past
Where Does Your Faith Come From?
Faith means different things for different people. People may say they have faith and it means something terribly different from what faith means to me. I have been warned not to talk about religious aspects of my life, but I can’t avoid talking about faith and religious topics because so much of who I am … Continue reading Where Does Your Faith Come From?
Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday
Mardi Gras Day is March 1 2022. Fat Tuesday is the last day of the Carnival season as it always falls the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Most people think of Mardi Gras as a parade, costumes, drinking, boobs, king cake, and craziness. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday", reflecting … Continue reading Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday