For this day For this minute For this very second For God’s love and grace For the grace to know Him For the freedom to share Him For the bread broken For this shelter For the love given For the love received For the hope in eternity; I am thankful! ~Susan McMillan
10 years ago this June of 2018 my groom and I took our vows, promising our love and commitment to each other and instantly became family. That day is one of the best days of my life and I am forever thankful. The man I married then, still holds me and calls me his wife…… Continue reading Lessons I’ve learned in 10 years of marriage.
Painful Invasion of the body! Blood sucking to bare bones Preying On its host every ticking second. In Memory of a blogger friend who courageously fought Cancer.
A bed that should have been cold and lonely, turned out to be a warm place filled with love. The feeling of the soft yarn over my cold weary skin gave me a sense of assurance; that someone was praying for me by name, someone was thinking about me, someone loves me, and someone shared…… Continue reading Cancer journey; gifted blankets
For the last couple of months y’all have been reading my posts on abuse. I have hoped that pouring out my heart would help encourage others towards healing as well as create awareness for those that can protect helpless children who continue to be vulnerable at the hands of molesters. There has been pain beneath…… Continue reading “Audacity of Her” – Poetry Release
Today, I met a friend In you; the stranger next to me. We agree history has made us strangers; Enemies! but… Let’s try; let’s try to be friends, Let’s try… let’s try to agree on something; Something that will make history worth keeping. Let’s try… Walking at the same pace, Without trying to outrun one…… Continue reading Try…
The day I felt the chill of death… The day I didn’t know how to pray… The day I cried my heart out… The day I grieved for my children.. I longed to be held by him I longed for a friend’s grip I longed for a mother’s prayers I longed for his strength A…… Continue reading Cancer!
My name is kyakusimire, I am a village girl Don’t know much about those glittery things you call cell phones Don’t know much about talking to my friends over those “things”. My friends and I usually meet in the forest when we go to fetch fire wood. We socialize then;anticipating about the days to come…… Continue reading Village girl!