Posted in September 2013

MY SON HAS A NAME

MY SON HAS A NAME

As Susan sat in the waiting room, she thought of Jamie when he was born.  He was her only child and the moment he was born her world was changed forever.  He was a difficult baby, they said he was lactose intolerant so she had to give him special formula.  Jamie cried morning, noon and … Continue reading

CANNERY ROW, FRIDAY’S PHLOG FOR SEPTEMBER 27, 2013

CANNERY ROW, FRIDAY’S PHLOG FOR SEPTEMBER 27, 2013

“It has always seemed strange to me…The things we admire in men, kindness and generosity, openness, honesty, understanding and feeling, are the concomitants of failure in our system. And those traits we detest, sharpness, greed, acquisitiveness, meanness, egotism and self-interest, are the traits of success. And while men admire the quality of the first they … Continue reading

PATIENCE….

PATIENCE….

Patience is not a word that I can use to describe myself.  I would like to say that I am patient but if you talk to my husband he will tell you that I’m bloody crazy.  If I decide I want a room painted,  I want it  painted yesterday.  I will focus all of my … Continue reading

St. Laurentius Parish Church

I would love to travel to Europe and visit ancient churches. Through the eyes of Deanna I follow her life from the USA to Germany. I am in awe of her and her husband as they sold everything they owned in the USA and moved to Germany and started over. Today being Sunday, a day … Continue reading

BRINGING ME BACK..

BRINGING ME BACK..

Tomorrow my youngest son goes off for three days on an overnight retreat with his school.  He’s in grade seven and the school hosts the retreat to promote bonding and relationships amongst the class.  Matthew is really excited and he’s looking forward to all of the activities; archery, horseback riding, hiking, swimming and just having … Continue reading

THE END OF THE CAMELOT ERA…

THE END OF THE CAMELOT ERA…

I remember my mother telling me that she could remember exactly what she was doing and the clothes she was wearing the day President Kennedy was assassinated.   I was a teenager when she told me and she mentioned that the world just stopped.   She said it was the end of the Camelot era … Continue reading

GAMES

GAMES

you think you’re so smart, pretending you don’t see me, acting like I’m of no importance in this world, like I’m a stone you step on as you cross a path, I was not prepared for your insincerity as you surround yourself with your pack, like a bunch of wolves, travelling miles searching for keep, … Continue reading