December, A Poem

J.A.M. All bright and clear, the starry vault With golden lights and crisp, clean air, Allures the soul to rise, nor halt Till she shall float exultant there. Earth folds her form in ermine cloak, Whose glist’ning sheen reflects the stars; Clear rings the skaters’ rhythmic stroke From stream held Read more…

Advent Verse

As we enter Advent, leading up to Christmas to celebrate Christ, the redemption he brought, let’s figure out how we can be light, share light, even as we share the truths of scripture.  What light do you want to bring to others?  What light do you want to be brought Read more…

Kept it to Herself

I strive to be as authentic as possible, even in my spiritual journey, in my journey through fibromyalgia , and there is a lot o baggage from childhood I had to let go of.  It was a rocky road in terms of my parents, their divorce, my relationship with my Read more…

Cascade

As the water falls upon the names, I wonder. I wonder who they were, and more, Such as, whether they have siblings, or children, What hopes and dreams they might have had before their lives were cut short. As the water cascades over their names, I wonder, What their favorite pastimes Read more…

Not Everything is Permanent

Human beings often want the forever, things to stay the same, life to stay the same, for relationships, even friendships to always be in perfect flow, communications etc.., and it is a noble wish, but not very realistic.  Relationships like the weather have seasons, some relationships rarely go though the Read more…

I Am Not…

Yesterday the I got to the doctor’s office I was feeling sunny, broke out in a cold sweat, had the beginnings of a Vasovagal episode and when I got home I ate a bit, and still felt off, so check my sugar, it was low, considering I had had an apple turnover, Read more…

Hello Old Friend

  I came across some images of Battery Park and it brought back memories.  Fibromyalgia and different health issues of late, my hypersensitivity to heat, and in general has really made me a homebody, more so than I was.  The walks I used to take in the eventing or even Read more…