April is National Poetry Month I’m celebrating by writing for kids this month! Hope you enjoy my Kid’s Poetry Protegé Project Sandy beach White capped waves Peer through morning haze Hot and sticky Lively kites elevated Summer days celebrated Lofty dunes Signs warn not to tread No place for drowsy head Humid and steamy See […]
April is National Poetry Month I’m celebrating by writing for kids this month! Hope you enjoy my Kid’s Poetry Protegé Project Liquid like gold surging up and down mound; swell upon swell of brilliant browns are found. Tumble and rumble all about this ride; lugs us, tugs us to unmarked sphere and sound. An awesome […]
If I could choose one photo to depict the decades of my life; infuse sweet- bitter memories down lanes lined with bridle reed, an undergrowth of thorn brush with salty tears swallowed by a solitary smile. If I could choose one photo to express the years gone by, instill the things which I have learned; […]
“You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up.” Deuteronomy 6:7 Teaching Our Kids Those teachable moments are so hard to find; or are they? God asks us to teach […]
A distorted wink… … and another; she’ll get it one of these days!
Strolling down the store isles, Goldie Grand and I see the colored lights glowing in the center of the store. Shopping done I ask here if she’d like to see the Christmas decorations. An agreeing smile from her and our cart turns a new direction. I glance past boughs, wreaths, and ornaments, while Goldie Grand […]
Do you have a corner in the house just for a child? A place where imagination is brought to life from the book just read. Where engineering skills are learned at an early age… through discovery knowing the queen may need to do many things. Is there a place in your home… in your heart […]
30,000 children in dusty, damp streets; dumped, abandon, ditched… vagrant at the of age three seventy-five years a social experiment the journey of life. Homeless children in cold, cruel town; waiting, puzzled, worried at the age of six reveal mercy arms Foundling Hospital give the journey of life. Adoption hopes… indentured slave servants, […]