Monthly Archives: July 2005

Bohemian Tragedy

“I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked, dragging themselves through the negro streets at dawn looking for an angry fix, angel headed hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo … Continue reading

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Falling Into Place

“Oh the Lord is good to me and so I thank the Lord, for giving me the things I need, the sun and the rain and the apple seed. The Lord is good to me! Amen!”~ ~ ~ ~ ~ … Continue reading

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At The END Of Myself…

Well, school has been keeping me crazy busy the last few days and I am so ashamed that I have not been posting! I have been working on a short story, and three papers, all due tomorrow or Thursday so … Continue reading

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Fairies Landing

“How far and wide the fairies fly/ On bright and golden wings/ But when they settle down to sleep/ A gentle song they sing.” * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading

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My Ultimate Muse

Why Do I write?(A simple question…a detailed response!) Sitting in a dim, secluded corner of a Barnes and Nobles bookstore cafe, I must ponder all the reasons why I write or hope to regularly feed my passion to write, (I … Continue reading

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Letters From L'abri #1(Mom knew best…..)

L’abri is a place I will always remember for the beautiful location(Huemoz, Switzerland), invigorating fellowship, mouth watering food, tea time, fields blanketed with colorful wild flowers, cow bells…and a shelter gone bad. It was in early May of 2002, when … Continue reading

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Eharmony.com

As a newly married couple, folks ask us quite regularly how we met. For most couples, this question would initiate a long, dramatic story of serendipity. The young bride has a dreamy look in her eyes as she speaks and … Continue reading

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Pious and Reclusive for Christ

If my Christian parents had not sent their believing children to public schools, Our lives would be drastically different. My brother’s wife Aileen would not have been lost and found, and Lauren, Ashley J and Ashley B would not have … Continue reading

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Shocking…..

My friend Jana and I are starting a weekly bible study on the book of Esther. We were surprised to discover today, as we read the lenghthly but helpful introduction in the study guide, that some Christians through the ages … Continue reading

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Creating a Home(According to Edith Schaeffer)

-Interior decorating tips from Edith Schaeffer’s The Hidden Art of Homemaking: “You will be surprised how much difference it makes to have done something to make a room your home, even for one night.” “We all live somewhere. A castle, … Continue reading

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