A Summer of Freedom

On a warm summer evening two weeks ago, As it seemed the pandemic and illness continued to slow, I watched people file into the park with their chairs, Eager for music and mingling and return of the fairs. But even then lurking around the hedges, Was the threat of variants as Dr. Fauci alleges. WeContinue reading “A Summer of Freedom”

On Recycling

Resurface. Reupholster. Repaint. Refinish. Make something old new again! Natalie DiScala I’ve thought a lot about recycling. My building does a good job, but there are somethings that can’t be recycled–black food containers, plastic straws, etc. I am thankful that God can take all our ugly sins and the trash of our lives and assureContinue reading “On Recycling”

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”