Sugar and spice and everything nice That’s what Eve was made of And placed in the Garden of beauty and charm To bask in the warmth of God’s love Then along came a serpent so charming and sweet With a hellish mission in mind To crush and destroy the apple of God’s eye And to… Continue reading From Damnation to Redemption
My mother was a mess. A neurotic, paranoid, yelling and screaming broken mess, striking out at me as if her abusive childhood was my fault. My fault that her mother dumped her in an orphanage. My fault that she had a foster-mother from Hell. My fault that my dad didn’t work, that they were behind… Continue reading Does God Really Care?
When Rascal, our handsome, Australian Shepard mix of eight years died, he took part of us with him. The grief was so unbearable that I never wanted another dog to wrap my heart around only to have it ripped apart. But hubby couldn’t stop grieving and I couldn’t stand seeing him suffer. So, for his… Continue reading A House Without a Dog is Not a Home
For me, writing is like eating a big piece of chocolate pie. Okay, I lied. It’s like eating cow manure. I sit at my computer, staring at a blank screen wondering where to start. And that’s really tough because most of the time I don’t even know what I want to write about. So I… Continue reading No More Hiding Behind a Mask