Dear nation, Land of honor Nation of men and women Of grace and forgiveness Nation that was built From blood and sweat; Hard work! Nation that our ancestors Prayed for Nation of sons and daughters Lost for the flag Nation of fathers and mothers Honored by the flag Nation that we honor Nation that we…… Continue reading Stay afloat!
You need 2 or More Serranos diced 1 small head green cabbage thinly sliced 3 cups fresh washed Arugula 1 Tbsp Grape seed oil 2 cloves Garlic 1 Tsp Sea Salt Black Ground pepper (Optional) How To Heat up oil in medium pan. Add minced Garlic and saute 30 seconds Add greens, cabbage and peppers…… Continue reading Serrano sauteed greens
You Need 1 1/4 cups lukewarm water 2 tablespoons Avocado oil 1/4 cup honey 2 cups Whole Wheat Flour 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour 1/4 cup sesame seeds 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 Packet Active Dry Yeast How to (Using a stand mixer) Mix all of the ingredients in a stand mixer. Knead the…… Continue reading Daily Bread
Mama was laid Underneath the red flowers Where gentle wind blows Overlooking the green mountains With stories untold . Headstones Hold stories untold Of Hearts lifted And hearts broken Of Simplicity And sophistication Of pride And shame Of regret Of freedom And bondage too . They hold more Than meets the eye Headstones hold stories…… Continue reading Stories untold
Ink That gathered history For the eyes Ears and hearts To judge . Generations pass The ink to the next And next Simmering hearts With anger While creating hunger To drop ink Of blood Into the next generation . Rolled on scrolls To run it’s course Like poison Killing it’s prey Like wild fire On…… Continue reading Well traveled ink.
Broken past Bound by grace Building nations Without a notion Of oil and water Black and white But God’s grace For His people . Christ as the foundation, Cry beloved nation Cry beloved Children Cry beloved people For His Grace is sufficient To heal our nation. Susan McMillan A cry for our nation
I want to thank you, Lord, for life and all that’s in it. Thank you for the day and for the hour, and the minute. Maya Angelou