Behind the camera lens Or in front of the room Through pages of books I have hidden A degree I wear A picture I paint With a crooked smile I have hidden Very few know the real story Behind my literature Where metaphors are memories For the things I wish to forget The camera flashes … More Hidden Strength: A Poem
Warning: this is not for the faint of heart As I was walking the streets of my neighborhood, carrying my groceries (yay for L.A. street parking…but, hey, it helps me reach my daily fit bit goal for the day), I started talking to God. As I looked up at the sky and watched the cars … More Found.
The words you are about to read have been scrolling through my mind for the past several weeks like the screen credits at the end of a film. Never ending. Perhaps that is because I spend many nights alone, with nothing but a pen and a cup of tea in hand. If I had roommates, … More Not caught in the middle.
I walked up to the counter to reserve a table at the restaurant and the hostess asked, “For how many people?” I looked around, smiled and replied, “Oh, just a table for one.” She smiled back and said, “Right this way.” As an ENFP (being alone drains my energy like no other), I never intended … More Table for two.
Waiting through Unanswered Prayers. I spoke at a Hyphen Event this past weekend on this very subject and since it is something that has been on my heart for the past month, I thought I would share with the rest of my social media family. Here is the spark notes version of my message. wait. … More Waiting through Unanswered Prayers.
This past Saturday, I did something that is quite rare. I stayed home, cozied up on the couch, put a kettle on the cooker, and just sat there and read for most of the day. I’m currently on Book #8 for the year of which Saturday’s read was so life giving that I just had … More The Key to Endurance.