Too many days of brainstorming on too many topics have left me in a fog.
My body aches.
My body is in an inflammatory flare.
My brain truly is in a fog.Read More
That song, an old hymn made popular in the 70’s, is running through my mind, “Morning is Breaking.”
We do not often think of the words morning and breaking together, and yet the two do belong together. The sun comes up at dawn to create a division, a split, between two very different parts of the twenty-four hours each of us are given. We go from darkness to light in dramatic fashion at daybreak.
This break, the division between darkness and daylight, speaks of the hope, the promise, the freshness that is ours each new day.Read More
I am a retired English teacher turned blogger. This is a place where stories are written by a woman who writes to find meaning in all of the vicissitudes of life. I hope you will join me as I write about and explore a life filled with love, laughter, family, friendship, loss, grief, joy, growth, and so much grace.