I wrote this post for the other blog, Help from Heaven, but felt it fit here well. I hope you like it. It has some humor and the lengths we will go to to try to keep the ones we love healthy.
When I used to look up to the sky and pray and nothing changed, it was easy to believe that the sky was empty and that God did not exist. But, one day, I found that the sky is not as empty as we think and that God can be found there. I had adopted … Continue reading I Believe He Hears: Sunday Writing Prompt
Day by day, Ava sat in the darkness, wondering if there were any light anywhere. She wanted so much to escape the darkness, to find a place where her soul was free to express itself in glorious ways. But her captor understood that with light comes hope, and he refused to allow Ava to even … Continue reading Finding the Light: Tale Weaver #199
Ginny had dreamed of what it would be like to visit a pumpkin patch, especially one like Charlie Brown and his crew visited every October. Her perfect pumpkin patch would include an abundance of orange orbs of all sizes, with the largest one right smack in the middle, and everyone could pick a small one … Continue reading Ginny’s Dream Pumpkin Patch
Written by Regina for September Writing Prompts by Putting My Feet in the Dust on the other blog, Help from Heaven. I hope you will go over and read it. Have a great weekend.
Fiction written for the First Line Friday Challenge by Mindlovemisery's Menagerie. Spider silk clung to the doors over the windows, across everything she had left behind. Jennifer stood next to her assigned bed, remembering all the nights that she laid there praying to God for some sign of who she was, whose she was, and … Continue reading Finally A Heart to Call Home
I used to only eat sandwiches, No hardy stews or fresh salads for me. When I entered the canteen for lunch, It was hot pastrami on rye and iced tea. Then, one day I had a car wreck, And I saw that time we cannot recoup. So, I decided to start enjoying other things, And … Continue reading Creature of Habit No More