Pauly Shore and Shakespeare Comparing two works so vastly different such as Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors and the 1992 Blockbuster film Encino Man can be quite a feat. The use of language alone presents many challenges. William Shakespeare is known as the father of the English language because he broke so many of the rules... Continue Reading →
Bliss (free form) written March 2018 The touch of ceramic, cool on my lips Hot liquid pours in, savory sweet bliss Each sip fills my heart, joy brims to overflow Memories flow, warm through my mind Fresh cut grass, green and rolls of hay bales in the field Chasing chicken through the pen, feathers fly... Continue Reading →
spinning, spinning round and round tippy toes pattering on the ground hands outstretched with fingers flared tresses flying through the air tippy toes pattering on the ground sunlight bouncing all around tresses flying through the air carefree smiles while mother is there sunlight bouncing all around teetering toddler falls to the ground carefree smiles while... Continue Reading →
the fall of man perpetuated a domino effect the Creator's perfect plan absolutely wrecked and under the arrogant guise of longing to be all-knowing man fell easily prey the devil's malicious toying we long for things that are vile and desire to have control when in fact what we are doing is surrendering to the immoral the enemy wants us right... Continue Reading →
How Do We Make a Positive Change in the World Around Us?.
Nap time is a precious commodity in our home, especially for me. From the moment my daughter's eyes open in the morning until the moment they finally close at night, she's a handful. My own personal two-year-old "tear-up-the-house tornado". My little jabber-jaw. The only peace I get during daytime hours is during her nap time.... Continue Reading →
Unlike many of you, I have difficulty finding time to write. (sarcasm intended) I am a stay-at-home mommy with a busy teenager and an active toddler. My daily routine consists of potty training, running my kids around (the typical soccer mom, minus the soccer), band practice and writing music (that's a whole different topic), cleaning, laundry,... Continue Reading →