Hope Is a Gift You Must Give Yourself

On two separate occasions Sunday I got emotionally distressing news from dear friends.  And though I can offer my love, sympathy or advice, the truth remains that I can’t really offer the one thing I wish I could. Hope. Hope is truly a gift you must give to yourself.  There are outside resources that can … Continue reading Hope Is a Gift You Must Give Yourself

So Far and Wide | A Poem

Not all is lost As we wander To and fro Searching for our souls Far and wide Searching The empty divide ~ Not all is empty This loathing path Of disarray Like clumsy youth We bump in the dark Searching for our souls Far and wide Searching With so much to hide  ~ But thou … Continue reading So Far and Wide | A Poem

Pick a Person, Pure and True…

Pick a person Pure and true Pick someone like you - Pick a person Who needs a friend Then offer help and send - Pick a person You do not know One that’s shed a tear - Pick a person Whom you love And shelter them from fear - Pick a person One in need … Continue reading Pick a Person, Pure and True…

Zombie Lights and Three Hundred Dollars a Week

I am no stranger to the epic meltdown.  When positivity has seemingly run its course, when the bat-shit craziness of this world has seemingly penetrated every fiber of life like an oil stain from a greasy spoon, when the well has run dry...I fall prey to the epic meltdown. This world is crazy, you know? … Continue reading Zombie Lights and Three Hundred Dollars a Week

Hope and the Silver Bell

Read the chapter below from the short story "The Kingdom of Winter", featured in the book A House in a Field of Reeds. Get the book and learn more about the hope one tiny silver bell can bring.  Will YOU be hanging a silver bell outside your door this season?  Footsteps in the snow were … Continue reading Hope and the Silver Bell