Everyone knows that kids say the darndest things. I work at an elementary school and they celebrate the 100th day of school by letting the kids dress up like old people. So on that day I was talking with a little girl who said to me, " You didn't have to dress up, your already … Continue reading Out Of The Mouths Of Babes
I wrote this poem about my son after he was killed by a drunk driver. He had just come to know the Lord a year and a half before he died.
I have been writing since I was a little girl. My mother kept some of my first poems I wrote in elementary school. It is so fun to look back at those things. I have kept a journal since I was 14 years old. Not a daily journal, just whenever the mood struck me to … Continue reading Writing Along The Way
At first I didn't really want to write about losing my son Michael because that would make it real and I didn't want it to be real. At first I felt like I could pick up my phone and text him and he would answer. At first it is just so darn hard to believe … Continue reading Coming To Grips With The Stark Reality