In my last blog post, I completed the line editing of my book manuscript and hired a professional proofreader to do the proofreading editing. After two marathon zoom calls, we finished the process, and I am extremely thankful for her input. I cannot stress strongly enough, how necessary it is to get another editor to … Continue reading Adventures In Publishing – Part 1
Flashback To The 80s
Today was a strange day. I had many things on my to-do list, including this blog post. As I sat drinking my morning coffee, scrolling through Twitter, one headline stopped time and flashed me back into the 80s before a tear could fall. My teen years were lived out in the 80s, with high school … Continue reading Flashback To The 80s
Finding My Balance
Photo by Aron Visuals on Unsplash This blog post is not about my lack of physical balance. To clarify, I am addressing the balance between work, family, and self-care. It's something we all struggle with at times. It's been a six month struggle for me — since November 2021, I've had new opportunities and responsibilities open up which … Continue reading Finding My Balance
Sergio Gonzalez / Unsplash Gazing, gasping, and gaping in awe,as I behold a tapestry most majesticwith multitudes of intricacies woven,light, life, and love spun into threadsintricately placed by the Master’s hands. Staring at beauty extravagant ponderingthe source of His inspiration withemotions whirling, voices praising,worship pouring out, acknowledgingHis image embedded within each strand. Wooden shuttle chatters … Continue reading Ethereal Masterpiece
Morning Star Manor – Part 5
Zoe finally discovers who the caretaker is and follows her destiny.
An Unwanted Companion
DANNY G / UnSplash Paintook up residencewithout permissionstealing everythingit came in contactwith including myDreams. Lostin despair’s dark lairembers spark to flamefear whispers liesinto both my earsstirring latent fearsFury. Timein kaleidoscopic hazeneurologic degradationinterlocked nerves sparkingtriggering spastic legs intoSpasm. Firetormenting burning paininvading each cellas inflammationseizes the knees firststealing my balanceAgain. Walkerwheels keep me movingwhile fatigue assaultstwin torturers nowtraumatizing … Continue reading An Unwanted Companion
Morning Star Manor – Part 4
Max Vakhtbovych / Pexels The rooster’s crow pierced through her dreams. Zoe groaned and looked at the alarm clock on her bedside table. It was early. The events of the day before flooded her mind, pushing all thoughts of sleep aside. She got up, put her robe and slippers on without really being aware. Once she’d … Continue reading Morning Star Manor – Part 4
Taking what the human eye perceives and attempting to capture that on canvass, is a difficult feat to accomplish.
Communion is a touching poem of sacred moments that touch one's life. What was your latest communion?
Waiting In The Hallway
Photo by runnyrem on Unsplash It feels like I've spent half my adult life waiting in the hallway for opportunities and doors to open. It can get downright depressing. Others walk down the hallway and doors open left and right for them. They have so many choices. What do they have that I don't? Why do they get … Continue reading Waiting In The Hallway