Pieces slowly tumble into place, and that known, can never be unseen, as visions and old acquaintances intrude.
O fertile land Come hither Lay thy head on my lap I will massage Thee head I will not presently My sight must see What silken robes Lie on other beds Take thee pleasure In blood red? Sayeth I With sullen dread In a construction Of some selfless self Quipped she Alien Bedraggled bereft O […]
Chapter 11 of my free-to-read novel. If you’d like to begin at the beginning with the forebears of the family, please click the link Conversations At Table in the May archive on the right. Chapter 11 1956 9 January It is the day after Lisbeth’s funeral. Tragically, the cancer in her womb was not acted […]
Our sweet little rambunctious baby boys are growing up and transforming right before our eyes. They are rapidly changing and so are their needs. It’s an exciting and exasperating time because although we love watching them mature into young men, we find ourselves in uncharted territory as parents. It’s so hard to keep up […]
O dear sullen clouds, Heaven’s own cotton candy, don’t you dare cry now. . Cheemnonso™
Hello! Today’s post will be a continuation about all the books I’m looking forward to that are coming out this year! I made a post back in January about books for the first half of the year, so if you’re interested, go check that out! As before, I’ll be posting the book, the tentative release […]
Friday 14 June The weather has adopted a sullen, grey pattern, in the mornings. It is cloudy and drizzling when we wake on Friday but the forecast says it will improve across the day. We decide not to ride the bikes today but, rather, walk and tram around the inner city, spending the day ‘touristing’. […]
1 Kings 21:1-16 (ESV) Naboth’s Vineyard 21 Now Naboth the Jezreelite had a vineyard in Jezreel, beside the palace of Ahab king of Samaria. 2 And after this Ahab said to Naboth, “Give me your vineyard, that I may have it for a vegetable garden, because it is near my house, and I will give you a […]
I like Miami. I like Dexter’s version and in a weird way, I also like the humid and horrible version Nick Stone depicted. This entire book reminded me of those old-style detective stories where a sullen detective who spends his time tracking down adulterous spouses is suddenly in the middle of an international police investigation.
I celebrate only my 38th birthday this year so I definitely do have time to figure out who I’d like to be when I grow up. And it’s not just about figuring out who I want to be, but also as much about who I do not want to be. I guess it’s just a […]
Carry Maps, GPS, etc.: While exploring a new destination you are bound to visit the places that you’ve never been to before. Tell us what you think if you have been to these places. We have fond memories of when we traveled in Italy with our children and Italian ladies would stop us in the […]
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Today is Father’s Day in the UK. A day when traditionally a big fuss is made of your father, a day when you buy him a card with a suitably sentimental message, and a token gift, perhaps you even take him out for the day. It’s a day when children of all ages can celebrate […]