This is my third installment sharing my experiences with editing my first novel manuscript.
I wrote this poem after a 2 week stay in a complex care facility. It's my way of processing my thoughts and emotions.
Photo by Ilya Pavlov on Unsplash Today is July 1st—the day we celebrate my nation's birthday. Canada is 155 years old, and while that is a relatively young country compared to those in europe, it is no less a milestone. Milestones are meant to marked and remembered, so it seemed to be the perfect day to announce the … Continue reading Milestones Must Be Marked!
Photo by Diana Schröder-Bode on Unsplash Do caterpillars have dreams or are they so consumed with the need to feed that they ignore what's buried deep within? Sometimes my mind ponders the strangest things. I find, in the midst of the pondering, God has hidden a treasure; a lesson or truth He wants me to find. I need … Continue reading Caterpillars Can’t See The Butterfly Within
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
Zoe finally discovers who the caretaker is and follows her destiny.
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.
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