I was going to do a ROMANTIC PIECE. But I really can't be bothered. You see my missus. Whoa! I must stop right there. 'Missus' pertaining to the Greek. 'Miss' meaning. "I miss out ona winning a lota money ona Saturday night just becausea I nota have a winning ticket. 'Us'...according to the pissed off Greek deli owner Vince Grabbalottaus means just that. Self explanatory. Ok I'll put it in a sentence. "My Maria she gotta big shapely US and I loves to grabba it. Somea time I slip ona cabana slice Maria drop ona floor when I fun with her, she squeal, hit me with her large... Read More
I have often shed tears of joy. They spring to my eyes unbidden and without warning.When a person cries because of the way they’re feeling, it’s known as emotional tears. Nobody knows exactly why we have emotional tears but one reason might be that they help us release our deepest, feelings, feelings that are often subconscious. Tears are a non-verbal way to release emotions that are non-verbal as well. These emotions are in the ground of our being and connect us to the rest of humanity and God.
When I experience a suddenly, an encounter with the Spirit, tears spring to my eyes. Sometimes... Read More
Bigfoot, God, and Ghosts share one common factor that nobody can deny, they truly are, in all basics, just myths. I can hear it already, ringing in my ears, questioning me where I can get off making such a statement. So, I will give y'all my answer in advance this time and it is this, prove me wrong. I don't usually like bogging down my blog with my own personal opinion of God but I found myself having a particular conversation with a neighbor of mine this weekend. I will say, based on my own observations, that he is very self-immersed in being a devout believer in God. How do I know? Fair... Read More
Arriving yesterday, we’ve turned off the Eyre Highway towards the Great Australian Bight – careering down a steep escarpment across dunes and a rocky 4WD track – to 50km southeast of Cocklebiddy; the old Eyre telegraph station.
In the morning we meet Shirley while sitting on the veranda drinking coffee. Shirley has a weathered face despite the permanent fixture of a wide-brimmed calico hat; a look that’s incongruous with her old-school English. She’s a volunteer here at the research station, an amateur naturalist and historian. She brushes a fly from her mouth; the standard Outback salute.... Read More
My favorite books as a child are still my favorite, The Narnia Chronicles by C.S. Lewis, excluding the Bible, of course. It does seem ridiculous that my favorite books are a children's series because I am an English Literature major, who has read thousands of masterpieces,classics, novels, poems, essays and articles. What can I say?? When I am asked, “What is your favorite book?”, The Narnia Chronicles immediately pop into my mind. I smile and all else fades into the background.
I read the entire series again about ten years ago and I was delighted. C.S. Lewis manages to reveal profound... Read More
After over 25 years working in social services and with many types of issues, if I have learned anything, it is that we all have the ability to make a difference in this world. I have witnessed this over and over again. Too often people are written off in our "throw away" society. Let me explain what I mean by this...and I am certainly not saying this is always the case. I would like to think that as society has become more educated ; they have a better understanding and have more compassion thus. I always say "walk a mile in someones shoes before you judge them " . This certainly would... Read More
They sit in the kitchen – Mr and Mrs L – overlooking a backyard of woodpiles, wheelbarrows and tussocks of native grass. It’s early autumn. The pungent scent of the last of a rambling Chinese jasmine wafts across the yard and mingles with the smell of last night’s rain. The weekend menagerie headcount is underway over fruit toast and espresso.
Being Saturday, it’ll be hours before Little L, now 19 years old, emerges to join the human race. Inheriting Mrs L's good looks, he’s prone to late nights and a string of girlfriends.
At the rear of the yard the chickenhouse sits under giant... Read More
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