Associate Pastor of Ekklesia Church of God New Covenant Saints, Mother of 4, grandmother of 19 and great great grandmother of 5. Writer, photographer, wife, , homemaker. Retired Teacher's Aide. Entrepreneur, Grief and Marriage Counselor
On the Edge of Darkness
Edge of darkness Copyright June 2nd, 2013 Out there on the edge of the darkness Eyes glowing greenly back at me. I hear the soft stealthy tread
Cradle Boards for Baby
Cradle or Papoose boards are something that the Native Americans used to keep their babies safe and out of harm's way while mothers tended to the daily needs of her Wikkiup, Tipi, or hut. Cradle boards have been used for centuries across the American continent by various tribes long before it was settled by Europeans and other people.
Tribute to the Linemen
The wind howled, the snow fell, the trees swayed A winter hell. Ice formed on electric lines Lights flickered, blinked on and off, alas power lost
Moon Games Copyright: October 13, 2007 The Harvest moon began its rise in dusk of eves sky; An orb of soft colored gold, It arose big and bold.
Autumn Arrivals By Jen Donier Copyright September 22, 2014 Summer has faded and slipped away Brilliant Autumn has come to play
Coping with Fibromyalgia
I first heard of this disease in July 1993, I had been having muscle and a burning firey sort of nerve pain and a lot of fatigue. I had no ideas why other than maybe I was overdoing and maybe my thyroid medication needed adjustment. However, for a month, it got worse and finally I was taken to the hospital due to pain that was so intense I was screaming and crying.