The Weekly photo Challenge from WordPress’ Daily Post. I like to keep traditions but also to make simple things. I have a bench in my kitchen where all the Christmas stuff is kept. I like to reuse what I have because it reminds me of my past.
For many years I followed Ulf Ekman a Swedish pastor and writer who started the faith movement in Sweden in the mid 1980s. In 1990 I left my job and took my four children to Sweden and attended his bible school “Word of Life” for two years.
Someone posted a YouTube video of an old pop group, The Byrds who were very popular for a few years in my youth.
A few days ago I met a cousin who I really had longed to see. As a child I loved his family especially his mother, my aunt and his three brothers and I still do.They were so lively and funny the three of them older than me and the little one like the baby brother I would have […]
Inspired from “The Happy Quitter” with her blog Nonsmokingladybug on a subject called “Pictures can speak loader than words” I would like to share some of the drawings from my childhood about 60 years ago.
Originally posted on Health from one Heart to Another:
Six years ago my beloved mother died in October. What I had feared as a child just happened. She said every autumn, that she had taken “the last Rose of the summer” from the garden. She was a rose herself. The Last Rose of Summer Always thinking about us her children and…
Running a Half Marathon in Dresden I wanted to see as many cultural sights as possible at the trip as well as finding WW II
memorials in the streets
Originally posted on sanctuary5014:
I want to talk about graciousness. The above quote from Charles Dickens is an illustration to me of graciousness. To be gracious is a characteristic I admire and appreciate in others but one that is so undervalued by the current ‘me’ generation. It’s also a word that is not well understood. So what does it mean:…
I am travelling in Germany just now and would like to show you small impressions from this tour that came from wanting to run in Dresden in Germany. When I come back I will make a post about Leipzig and Berlin. Dresden and Leipzig are situated in the former East Germany so their history is both their former good times, […]