Tag Archive | death

Landslide

I haven’t posted for quite a long time. I believe that I may be changing directions. I did finish the 366 days of Thanksgiving and I am still trying to edit and find a publisher. I quit almost midway through the next year and hopefully this new article will explain my absence in an acceptable […]

Endurance, Extra Time, Memorial Day

May 26, 2017 – Endurance Merriam-Webster defines endurance as the ability to withstand hardship or adversity, the ability to sustained prolonged stressful effort or activity or the act or an instance of enduring or suffering. I have no doubt that there isn’t a person a live today that has had to endure something in their […]

Death Defeated, Spring has Sprung and Good Friends and Neighbors

April 16, 2017 – Death Defeated There have been many times in a lot of peoples life where they feel they have cheated death. I can name several incidents in mine where I cam very close to dying. I thought, for some of them, it was through my own instincts and will to survive that […]

New Year’s Resolutions, Looking Forward, and One More Year

January 1, 2017 – New Years Resolutions So it’s the first day of a new year. The old year with all of it’s blessings, all of its issues and all of it’s sorrows has passed and we now start anew. Many celebrations were had last night. Many people stayed up until midnight to cheerfully bring […]

Music, Warmth, Death

March 12, 2016 I have always been a lover of music. I loved the classic rock and roll when I was a teenager with singers like Elvis Presley, Lesley Gore, Petula Clark, The Mama’s and the Papa’s, the Beatles and so many more. But my parents introduced me to operas and the classics like Beethoven, […]

Leaning on the Promises of God

I know that I am woefully behind on my 365 days of thanksgiving. I suffered a heart breaking loss on March 13th and 14th when I was informed that my son was taken to the hospital. He had been found unresponsive in his home and passed in the early morning on March 14th. I am […]

Living Each Day to the Fullest: The Fragility of Life

Author: Lori Carter I’ve often heard throughout my life that you should live each day to the fullest for you never know if it will be your last. I never knew for certain what was meant by that. Should I run out each day and do things I had never done before, even if I […]