Jane Austen. Period.
I stopped short of labeling this young lady the goddess of literature. That would have been a blasphemous thing to say, wouldn’t it? But now that I’ve mentioned this rotten thought of mine, I feel quite pleased. I feel reassured in the thought that I am being open and honest with my own
I have a dream.
What does it really mean to have faith?
I opened a draft page for this post on having faith a few days ago. The legendary line right at the beginning of this post came about as a result of an immediate occupation of my present state of mind. If you have similar thoughts
Faith can move mountains.
I’m not sure if many of you have been following the thread of my posts so far. That’s my fault, I guess. You see, I should count myself blessed because I’ve just had so much on my plate lately that I just haven’t been able to check on any messages or comments
Love what you do.
I’m lucky. I love my work. Granted, it does not pay me much at the moment but its keeping the roof over my head and its keeping my kitchen busy. The fridge is not full like it should be but I should be able to get off of my high heels over
You can choose your friends, but you cannot choose your family.
When I think about it, I did not always choose my friends. Young, free-spirited but still quite lonely, there was a time in my life when I became quite desperate for friends, even just one or two would do nicely. Then, I was quite shy
Having an open mind (and heart) is not easy.
So, we’ve gone from Love straight on to Charity. Isn’t that nice? That’s progress, I guess. The previous post mentioned a desire to write a short story about three significant women and their journeys in life. You can imagine this for yourselves. The setting for these three