Monthly Archives: February 2019

Psalm 91:1-2 (Lilly’s Amplified)

Those who live in the shelter of the Most High, look to Him as a definitive defense, a protecting shadow, planted, rooted, and intentionally stuck, will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty, find a peaceful sleep, a breathe-easy … Continue reading

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I Miss My Father

I miss my father. Not the last, lingering days when the ravages of Parkinson’s stripped his body of strength and dignity, not the growing quiet and dimming light, the betrayal of senses with the ambush of age and degeneration, not … Continue reading

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I Miss My Mother

I miss my mother. Not the pained days and her lonely, disorienting moments, not the frontal lobe disintegration that turned a stable woman of integrity into a silly, flirting schoolgirl, not the numbness and loss of dexterity that stole the … Continue reading

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