learn to share

  May we learn to share. James (May ‘17) adds, “Sharing is the life blood of civilization.”

FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH

  (Conclusion) Previously: Linda and her husband are touring the above named church in Savannah, Ga. While there she discovers a nine patch ceiling design, African Hebrew cursive letters and Congolese cosmograms.   Our tour ended in the church auditorium, where the guide explained that the church was not just a museum, but a living […]

I REMEMBER…

My sister, Virginia, and I often took our kids to a beach motel with a pool for a summer weekend. One day a Florida thunderstorm came up and we rushed the kids out of the pool. My son was about 4 years old. He was cold and shivering so I hurried him to the room, […]

AN EXPERIENCE WITH MY SNAKE

I’ve a story to tell. Gotta’ tell you about my sister Mollie’s and my experience with my snake. (I have a pair of black snakes about 3 1/2 to 4 feet long that live under my stone step out front.) One morning as I was letting out my dog, Sally Mandy, I spied one of […]

Dear St. Frances

Dear St. Frances, I’ve been thinking about families and other people: what should happen as opposed to what does. I am stuck on the idea of forgiveness. Things happen. Why? Sometimes, I never learn the reason. I have to simply forgive. It can take years. There is one person I want badly to forgive. But […]

OUR DESERT WILDFLOWER TRIP

A few weeks ago, my husband and I drove 4.5 hours (round trip) to spend an hour looking at wild flowers in the desert. Due to the heavy rains this year, the desert is ablaze with color. We were driving to the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to see the flowers when we caught the view […]

FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH

  (Part 2 of 3) Previously: Linda and her husband are touring Savannah, Ga. She has discovered an old church that has a “Nine Patch” ceiling. Her tour begins. My husband and I were running late by a few minutes and barely made it to the church in time. A young lady collected the fees […]

good words

  Good words can not be disputed. James (Apr. ‘17) adds, “They recommend love and understanding.”

Truth…

  Truth and reality are twins. James (Mar. ‘17) adds, “They both express what is.”

FIRST AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH

(Part 1 of 3)   I enjoy history and whenever I travel, I work to find something of local interest to tell me about the character of a place and its people.  Often, I find those stories in churches or graveyards.    When my husband and I decided to day trip Savannah, Georgia while we […]