Learning about life and spirituality from nature and those around us. To be open to change, learning and growth.
Her long golden hair whipped in the breeze. Flying into her face as it came loose from the black ribbon that had tied it, she watched the ribbon fly off, clinging to a tiny branch out of her reach.
The Boston Marathon has been a landmark event for one hundred and nineteen years. It is not just a local event, though it is an event that all people in the state hold dear, even if they aren’t runne
My first memories of poetry were from A Child’s Garden of Verse by Robert Louis Stevenson, the same author who wrote the beloved classic Treasure Island A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young, Now We Ar
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The elite of the horse world are the high-dollar mares. They are show animals or racing animals, bringing high dollars for their foals because they have a history of excellence and winning. For them,
A tear runs down my face Eyes brimming with sadness The loss of little ones Whose wings will not open Nor learn to fly on air Brighten the world with joy A life lost, world shattered For lack of civil