Another digital scrapbook page.
If the two of us one day do part I’ll express no regret The world became more beautiful On the day we met Our souls composed a symphony Our bodies sang in harmony So if our pairing has to end My heart will keep you as a friend
We dance the dance again tonight You with all those arms legs Wrestling with the beat Me a glowing wiggling worm My moves produce a stifling heat You thrust, then shift, then slide I scream, electrified And when at last the dance is done That endless music rumbles on
Let’s be good for a change Let’s not jump to conclusions Or be quick to judge All of this is illusion Maybe don’t hold a grudge You have a story much like mine Let’s agree that things will be fine Let’s be nice Let’s be kind Let’s take a deep breath And things will be […]
I wish I could love you I wish you were gentle and soft And not frightened and small I can say that I love you, but it doesn’t feel true Maybe if I pray for a trick or a secret door Maybe I can learn to love someone not quite as cruel and as hard […]
Shine your light for those who live in darkness. Know that you are eternal and infinite.
Sun is the new mon March is the new June Wasps are the new bees Soy stands in for cheese Quick is becoming slow Sugar’s the same as blow Love is the new disdain Pain is still a pain
tender Ragtag Daily Prompt (RDP) #81 She has no memories of being an infant. Some people claim they can recall those early years, but she thinks they are fooling themselves. She has seen pictures of her mother and father cradling her in their arms. The love they feel for this tiny human is in their smiles […]
When my husband’s co-workers heard about my MS diagnosis they were terribly concerned for me and for him. They understood he’d be missing work a bit, and they said his number one job is to take care of me. They said they would pray for me. So many people are praying for me, and keeping […]
I was scrolling through the thousands of pics stored on my iPhone and came across a photo from my little Tennessee wedding. I realized that I have not mentioned the amazing support my husband, Ernie, is giving me through this MS stuff, and through the Dad stuff. He’s here at the hospital. He visits me. […]