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Corrective Shoes

When I was around five-years-old and my sister was three, our pediatrician told my mother there was something wrong with mine and my sister’s feet. Whatever the malady was, it required special corrective shoes. 697 more words


Microfiction Monday


Never mind what Twain said about standing between the mirror of imagination and a text. Petralina had a houseful of looking-glasses, and, far from a Babel, they hissed aspersions with one shimmering tongue, half-lolling reality on a carpet of choked illusion. 175 more words


What should be

Since man’s life on earth is a time of trial, and all who would live devotedly in Christ must undergo persecution, and the devil your foe is on the prowl like a roaring lion looking for prey to devour, you must use every care to clothe yourselves in God’s armour so that you may be ready to withstand the enemy’s ambush. 638 more words


The Ugliness of Who I Was…(Part 4)

This will be the last segment of The Ugliness of Who I Was… but they story is not over. There is a better story coming…I promise. 1,341 more words


If You Can't Say Something Nice -- Kerry - 7/1/2015

If You Can’t Say Something Nice

July 1, 2015

Dear Kerry,

Tonight, after putting the littlest members of the family to bed (for the fifth time), you sat to write while your husband and oldest daughter watched television. 227 more words


Judging With Right Judgment

I use to believe that John 3:16 was the most well-known Bible verse in the world, and at one time it may very well have been. 1,339 more words


In Hushed Whispers

It was as a teenager that I first heard about same-sex love. During the era I was youngster, there was no question about what was right and what was wrong in the family structure. 639 more words

Deserving Of Love