Breaking the Drought

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Milly’s Gray Memorial Day

On Memorial Day I woke to rain pelting the windows.  A clash of thunder had me opening the curtains in my dining room.  My giant oak in the front yard thrashed in the wind.  The world looked gray through the wind-driven rain from heavy charcoal clouds.  Will this break the drought?  I half prayed and half thought:  If so, it will be a good Memorial Day. Continue reading “Breaking the Drought”

Memory Time

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Photo by Ben White on Unsplash

Another treasure came my way on Sunday.  Mom sent me a memory.  My moms are in the risk group for this pandemic and I haven’t been able to see them for over a month.  I miss my moms.  And yes, I understand they are taking care of themselves.  We text and chat on the phone to stay in our bubbles.  Here is the text I received on Sunday morning: Continue reading “Memory Time”

Mediocre Really?

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Photo by Jo Jo on Unsplash

Living a quiet mediocre life does not bring the peace I crave.  For decades I listened to the words of those screaming into the nearest microphone.  I responded with silence.  The louder they screamed, the more I retreated to the middle of the road.  I neither agree nor disagree. Continue reading “Mediocre Really?”