Tag Archives: Family relationships

Weekly Photo Challenge: Comfort

  I know this is a “photo challenge” but I feel the need to “narrate”. I find comfort from so many places so I decided to show you a few of them;                 … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing

This week for Mama Kat’s Almost World Famous Writer’s Workshop I chose prompt #2.) A memorable fishing trip. I have gone fishing many times.  When hubby and I first got married we lived in New Orleans and my oldest sister … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day!

Last year I wrote this post about my husband and father.  I don’t think I can add much to it since they are both still incredible men and incredible strengths in my life.  If you’d like, please go back and … Continue reading

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RIP My Dear Brother

Today we formally celebrate my brother’s life. My sweet brother passed away Friday after a courageous and hard fought battle against cancer. He was a man of incomparable compassion for others. He never wanted others to hurt or be sad. He … Continue reading

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Full Circle

Born into chaos Raised in strife Drama and upheaval  Became my way of life Lonely and confused For friendship I yearned But I wasn’t one of them Not good enough I learned Times were hard When your family is dirt … Continue reading

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Miracles on FB Street

I have been amazed by social media and how it’s allowed us to “keep in touch”. I started on FaceBook a couple of years ago I guess mainly as a tool to be able to share photographs with family and friends. … Continue reading

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A Momentous Day

November 22, 1933 was a very momentous day. It might have been a cold, snowy blustery day or it might have been a hot sunny blistering day. I wasn’t there so I couldn’t tell you but I can tell you … Continue reading

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