In a Time of Social Distancing

I stood at the door with my mask in place, To go for groceries requires planning and space, Stay six feet apart and be careful what you touch, Only pick up what you’ll buy–bananas and such, How long will it last, this surreal time? I want to write silly things, but still make them rhyme.Continue reading “In a Time of Social Distancing”

The Rainbows after the Rain.

Why would you worry? God’s handling it all. If you don’t believe, Start with something small You go to bed not knowing, What the next day will bring, You know the night will pass, And that the birds will sing. Look for the signs in everyday life, They’re there in smiles and in greetings. SoContinue reading “The Rainbows after the Rain.”

Connie’s Coffee Chat

I got up this morning and thought I looked fine, Then I put in my contacs and saw the decline Deep wrinkles and fine lines–though fewer of those, After a deep sigh–I just put on my clothes. What else can you do, when we’re all stuck inside, But pray for each other until this subsides.Continue reading “Connie’s Coffee Chat”

Con’s Coffee Chat and a Verse

It’s taken several years of retirement To let go and finally slow down. This “stay at home” rule has caused changes. That have helped turn my life around. My volunteer jobs were worthwhile and good, I enjoyed bookclubs and lunches with friends. But staying home and meditating, Helped me see what ‘s important in theContinue reading “Con’s Coffee Chat and a Verse”

Writing is Therapy for Me and Food for Thought for You

As we get to know each other, page may change. I have a desire to share my many years of life experiences with others to help them navigate the rivers and oceans they encounter. What could be better than Christmas and nine grandchildren? More pictures will appear from time to time.