A Tragic Loss

“How’s Stephanie doing?” Gail asked. “Not well at all,” Allison replied. “That isn’t surprising,” Wendy interjected.  “She just lost her 11 year old son.” “Poor woman.  I’m a mother and can’t imagine what it’s like to lose a child,” Allison said, getting misty eyed. “I visited her yesterday and she was still in a state… Read More A Tragic Loss

The Believer’s Walk/Journey #writephoto

The believer’s walk is not an easy journey.  It is fraught with fear, questions, doubts, trials, opposition and distractions.  Coming out of spiritual darkness and into God’s light takes faith, courage and determination, especially when it means forsaking old habits, lifestyles and in some cases relationships.  One has to consider what they are giving up… Read More The Believer’s Walk/Journey #writephoto

SOAR

Ever since she was a little girl, she had been fascinated with planes and wondered what it would be like to fly one.  Amelia Earthart and Bessie Coleman were her heroines. When she was older, much to her parents’ astonishment, she enrolled in aviation school.  She became one of the school’s top students.  When she… Read More SOAR

From Good Stock

“Could anything good come from Clarington Cross?” She bristled as she remembered the disparaging, rhetorical question posed by Mrs. Danvers.  Miserable woman.  Who did she think she was? Sticking her thin nose up in the air like that as if she smelled a rat.  Well, this lass was no rat.  She had brains and a… Read More From Good Stock