When my Daddy left this world four years ago, he left a permanent scar on my heart, but I will not allow his absence on this Earth rob me of his everlasting presence in my life.
So I bought the shirt because I knew I should, would feel guilty if I didn’t. Then, I logged onto FB and saw all these posts asking me to re-post so people know I’m listening. Suicide Awareness. Apparently, Sept. 22 is the one day we humans are to stop and show awareness for this actContinue reading “Buy a t-shirt and re-post.”
Determined to make the last simple sentence be the first verbal sentence she speaks to her husband tonight, Melissa closes the book, gently places it on the table, and walks through the door with resolve and trepidation.
with much ease a woman can be pleased a morning kiss a morning embrace a whisper in the ear a steamy message on the bathroom mirror a midday call with simple thoughts of longing fresh petals picked from the yard or a late afternoon stroll or a picnic dinner in the park a massage ofContinue reading ““With Much Ease””
She closed the book, placed it on the table, and finally, decided to walk through the door. She wrote it in her journal and was determined to make the last simple sentence of her last paragraph be the first verbal sentence she spoke to her husband tonight. Dropping the match on the soaked charcoal, sheContinue reading “One Simple Sentence”