Monthly Archives: July 2012

NEVER TOO LATE

It may be a bit late for a Mother’s Day tribute, but never too late for the words that truly embrace that gift. Here’s why: “To My Mother I was your rebellious son, do you remember? Sometimes I wonder if … Continue reading

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PEACE

This was original written on July 12th. I was awakened suddenly from sleep just before 5 a.m. this morning, hearing the words: “Let me be an instrument of thy peace.” It was part of a dream of someone coming up … Continue reading

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DANCING ON THE CEILING

Shades of Astaire & Rogers, if you could have seen me, dancing around my room with my chair wheels, you would have known what wild delight it was for me to move to music, the Big Bands of my youth’s … Continue reading

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CHOOSING WHAT TO WEAR

This morning I picked up an old favorite book of meditations, BEING HOME by Gunilla Norris, illus- trated by Greta Sibley. On page10, “Choosing What to Wear” made me pause: I saw penciled notes on the page, showing dates on … Continue reading

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