Archives for June 2015

Prayer for the United States

Prayer for the United States

Today I feel like Nehemiah did in Chapter 1 of the Bible book that bears his name. His prayer for Israel is very close to what I want to pray for my country today. Before the prayer, he says this:   It was the month of Kislev in the twentieth year. At the time I was […]

Psalm 46 in Pictures

Psalm 46 in Pictures

Scriptures that paint a picture in my mind cause me to open my Bible and read them again and again. Therefore, I love Psalm 46. Every verse is a picture. My heart soars when I get to verse 4 where we experience an abrupt and amazingly comforting shift in location and mood. It’s like a favorite […]

Learning and Practicing New Skills

Learning and Practicing New Skills

I love learning. It’s one of my favorite things to do! I wish that I had made a list of every new detail that I’ve had to learn since I began this blogging venture. I had no idea there would be so much to learn. I also had no idea that there would be something […]

Splendor in the Grass

Splendor in the Grass

I originally wrote this post for a blog linkup at The Loft. The assignment was a picture prompt; we were to write about what this picture reminded us of:   Splendor in the Grass Oh my! Immediately this picture brings to mind one of my favorite poems. It’s by William Wordsworth and is a rather long […]

The Place I Call Home

The Place I Call Home

This is an emotional topic for me. I live in an old house that belonged to my grandparents. It is near the heart of the city in a neighborhood that is not declining because it has already declined about as far as it can get. It is the opposite of what any realtor would ever recommend […]

I Am . . . Rosemary

I Am . . . Rosemary

I am joining in a blog link-up at The Loft. We must write about an assigned topic, and this week’s topic is “I Am.” I am Rosemary. I am an only child who had three parents: my dynamic and energetic and selfless mother, my funny sweet-dispositioned daddy, and my darling one-and-only Auntie Flo who never had […]

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