“Are you sorry about what happened between us last night?” Paul asked Nita. They were in his office. It was five-thirty. The rest of the staff had left for the day. “No. Are you?” “No. Have dinner with me again tonight.” “All right.” “This time at my place. We’ll order in.” “Sounds good to me.… Read More Another Evening With Paul
When John Mason Neale founded the Sisterhood of St. Margaret to care for the sick, he was met with opposition from church members. They attempted to thwart his efforts to alleviate the misery of the poor, many of whom died unattended. He was accused of returning to Roman Catholicism because of the nuns. They threatened… Read More Remembered Today
When I threatened to leave you, I was expecting some kind of response, not silence. 15 Words This is for the Weekend Writing Prompt by Sammi Cox. For instructions, click HERE.
I don’t think there is anything particularly wrong in hitting a woman, though I don’t recommend you do it the same way that you hit a man. An openhanded slap is justified–if all other alternatives fail and there has been plenty of warning – Sean Connery Just recently I was watching Turner Classic Movies (TCM) with… Read More No Hitting
Like many mothers here in Canada and around the world, I was able to celebrate Mother’s Day on May 12, 2013. There’s nothing more wonderful than spending this special day with your family. Even as I enjoyed the delicious breakfast my husband had given and as I watched my mother’s face light up as her… Read More Persecuted For Their Faith