Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

This is an important week for our nation as our leaders in Washington D.C. negotiate the economic path we will follow in the coming years. We need to remember that, for better or worse, the U.S. is a world leader, and the decisions made here affect everyone everywhere. Please pray with me that Divine Energy … Continue reading Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

Keep the Change

Written with my Thursday group with the prompts:  do you think I made that up?, my hands have my attention because they hurt, blurry faces, where did you see me?, what is the temperature?, my neighbor, we should do it again, she can’t hear you, goddess for a night, follow me, making wages, what are … Continue reading Keep the Change

Memorial Day Greetings

This Memorial Day I pray and affirm that we may come together to celebrate an enduring legacy of American compassion and courage. We honor the sacrifices of our parents and grandparents who died to protect our lives, our democracy, and our commitment to justice and equality. May we find strength and comfort in a united … Continue reading Memorial Day Greetings

My Mother’s Orange Tree

On December 7th, 1941, my mother was at her friend Louise’s house.  They were picking the first oranges of the season when Louise’s mother came out to the yard to tell them the news that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. Every year after, my mother commemorated the date by picking, and then eating, the … Continue reading My Mother’s Orange Tree