Photo by Matheus Viana on Pexels.com This is a funny story by one of the members of the Torrevieja Writers Circle group. We meet weekly on the Costa Blanca in Spain to share our work with each other and give and get feedback. There are many talented writers in this group. This is one of … Continue reading Care Home Visit to an Art Gallery
Hello friends. If you know something about the psalms you probably know that there are 150 of them in The Bible. In my Bible Study group, we are studying the psalms. For homework, we have been asked to write our own. So here is my attempt at writing my own psalm. I hope you like … Continue reading Psalm 151 for Troubled Times
Our tree is decorated and we are gearing up for Christmas, so I want to share a wonderful story by a writer friend of mine. Whatever your beliefs are…Christmas Story by Sue Champion
Very funny post about traveling in the age of the Covid pandemic. Everything is more complicated now!
How was my flight? You’ll have to excuse me while I kiss the ground.
(Don’t worry—I’m wearing a facemask.)
At first, the trip seemed like a good idea. We hadn’t been back to see family in the States since the year 4BC (Before-Covid), so the plan was to celebrate a late Thanksgiving together now that we’d all had our booster jabs and the pandemic seemed to be subsiding.
Digression #1. Right. Those who know me can just go ahead and shake their heads and mutter their I-told-you-so comments. Feeling better?
Of course, the Hub flew ahead of me. All he had to do was pop over to Glasgow airport and head out. A week later it was my turn. That was the week we all learned a new word: Omicron. I would have to leave home (our little island off the coast of Scotland) a day early to get a…
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I grew up in the Episcopalian/Anglican church in Chicagoland. Even though this faith is closely tied to the teachings of the New Testament, I don't remember us learning any Bible stories in Sunday School. Later, I studied philosophy in college and learned about the teachings of Christian thinkers Saint Augustine and Saint Thomas Aquinas. I … Continue reading Studying the Bible
The last time I was in Majorca was in 1966. I was 10 years old and was there with my parents and three siblings. If someone had told me then that I would one day retire to Spain with my husband, I would have said, "No way!" The idea would have been so implausible for … Continue reading Mindful in Majorca
Our older son Alex recently got married to a lovely woman named Nicole. They married in Palm Springs, California. I posted about Palm Springs and our son's wedding last month on my blog. But this month, I wanted to write about how marriage is such a big rite of passage that is inspires many other … Continue reading Passing the Torch
Icon depicting Mary with the apostles filled with the Holy Spirit, indicated by "cloven tongues like as of fire" above their heads. Have you ever talked or sung in your sleep so loudly that it wakes you up? Well, I have done that at least four times in the last few years but the languages … Continue reading Speaking A Language I Never Learned
"A warm and encouraging volume for anyone needing inspiration, renewal and hope in today’s troubled world."Bestselling Author Joan Wester Anderson By Joan Wester Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of Where Angels Walk and eight other books about angels and miracles. Sometimes it is best to avoid looking at what you really don’t want to … Continue reading Life Lessons Book Review