As I wrote the poem in my last post, realization struck me that the words I was using to describe a soldier truly described my Savior as well—the greatest champion of freedom that will ever be. Continue reading “So High the Price”
“A paper signed, a right hand raised,
A solemn clasp of hands;
Commitment pledged, petitions prayed,
A soldier true to stand. Continue reading “He Is a Soldier”
“When I see the moon smiling in the sky,
The twin of your smile on lip and in eye, Continue reading “The Smile”
Have you ever wanted to commit suicide to escape from your future? I couldn’t count how many times I have longed for death rather than the constant dread of tomorrow. Continue reading “Trail of Fears”
No, this is not about health food. Well, maybe it is.
Do you know why flamingos are pink? Because of what they eat. Continue reading “You Are What You Eat”
This quote has been my motto from the start of this blog. I lose sight of its purpose at times; I am ridiculously distractible. But my Lord has a kind habit of harking me back Continue reading “Colosseum or Cabin?”
Sorry folks, I feel dastardly for not having anything solid and stimulating prepared, but I just can’t seem to put two sensible sentences together this week. Hence, another barrage of witticisms from someone other than myself. Hope you find within some life-altering affirmation of your writerly qualifications. 😉 Continue reading “Writerly Qualifications”
Here are sundry other Story Girl quotes!
This is one of those days I feel like writing everything and nothing all at once. Thus, some quotes from one of my favorite authors, Lucy Maud Montgomery. She is a wordsmith—a genius—her prose is poetry. Most people know her for Continue reading “The Story Girl Is Quoted”
I like to observe life with deeper meanings in mind—the reason beneath the action, the personality behind the habit, the lesson in everything. A walk on the beach Continue reading “Beach Thoughts”