This is what a peaceful march looks like. No bats. No bricks. No guns. No destroyed homes or communities. No injuries. No murdered men, women or children. Cops & Communities (from every race, gender, religion, etc) in NY gathering together & singing on the Brooklyn Bridge. The people are awake & ready to remove the … More Brooklyn Bridge Peace March
During the coronavirus quarantine, many of us have been doing more reading. My husband and I developed a routine every morning. We read aloud to each other whatever was of interest. I dusted off some poems I hadn’t read for a while. One morning we discussed the poem, Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. … More Hiawatha
Hidden Lake, British Columbia, CanadaGuest Post by Jessica Coupe Hidden Lake finally thawed a week ago. As it isn’t a BC Provincial Park (proved so by no amenities, i.e. outhouses) we were free to visit. (The BC Provincial parks were closed due to Covid-19). A small group of us went out for some social distancing … More Hidden Lake, British Columbia
Ravi Zacharias’ Memorial Service today. You can actually watch half an hour before the service begins for a special tribute to Ravi’s life and ministry: RZIM Ministry.
Sometimes during these trying times entertainment comes to us. Late afternoon two days ago, the dog had a barking fit from her post at the front window. My sister went to investigate. Hundreds and hundreds of Black Angus cattle paraded down the country road in front of her home. They followed a pickup truck. Trucks … More The Parade
My writer’s critique group met via email this week. We all sent our manuscripts to each other—all but one. I feel bad for her because she’s unable to write during this COVID-19 issue. She’s a great humorist and we need her sense of humor. We need her to make us laugh, but she can’t find … More Find Your Laugh Again