I remember mid-afternoon times. Kids were fussy. I was tired and wondered if I’d have strength to finish the day. Maybe you can identify.
My 2nd granddaughter came to visit for her 11th birthday. The first day we shopped and ate lunch out together. We played games each day.
There is no guest poster this week, so I’d like to share a poem I wrote a couple of years ago. It’s called Tea Time, Reading Time.
While I was watching it something dawned on me that wasn’t really such a unique revelation. It just sank in this time. Comparison is a trap.
I began writing this for #FiveMinuteFriday, but I couldn’t just stop after five minutes. We all have wants and needs, but are we content?
I think we show part of the image of God through our imaginations. Using my imagination, I tried to incorporate bits of myself into the poem.
Sometimes my kids had big expectations. “Settle down, kids! It’s time to go to sleep.” I said that so many times when my children were young.
Welcome to the Literacy Musing Mondays Party! I’m so glad you are here to join in the fun as we share our words together. We have no guest post today so let’s just jump right in to our weekly Literacy Musing Monday’s linkup where we link […]
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Eventide is usually a peaceful time around here. The sun is going down and animals begin to settle for the night.