by Kathy Winters I am the child that looks healthy and fine. I was born with ten fingers and toes. But something is different, somewhere in my mind, And what it is, nobody knows. I am the child that struggles in school, Though they say that I'm perfectly smart. They tell me I'm lazy -- can learn if I try -- But I … Continue reading A Poem About Kids
A friend of mine on Facebook posted this about her day on Thanksgiving. Please take the time to read…… I want to share this somewhere: I worked a 16 on Thursday. I left my driveway at 520am and pulled out of the parking lot at work at 1230am the following day. It was a long … Continue reading While We Were Eating Turkey
That's what going to church is. Or at least what it should be. Not a reminder of your past screw ups. Not a reminder of the ways that you've messed up this week. Not a reminder of what an awful mess our world seems to be (okay is.) Or how screwed up the people who … Continue reading A Reminder
It's been 6 days since it seems like the world changed. But in reality, it didn't change as much as the evil that is in the world jumped up and slapped us across the face. The evil was already there. In Syria, in Egypt, in Saudi Arabia, in Iraq, in Iran, in Nigeria, in … Continue reading Thankful? Seriously?
Remember that time when you got mad at your little brother because he was using one of your things? And you yelled at him and pushed him and he looked at you and sneered and said, “Well, if that’s the way you want to be about it? Take this!” and then proceeded to throw your … Continue reading Remember that Time When Your Little Brother…….