Paula Findlay is my hero. I watched as she made her way across the finish line and I wept for her. I wept for the pain she endured and because here was a young woman who wanted to quit, who was exhausted and spent, but she continued on her quest.
Remliel and Sammael had been doing this job since before they could remember. It always amazed them how differently each client reacts. It was like they were never really sure if they were still asleep and dreaming or just too terrified to ask either Remliel or Sammael what was going on.
Author Martha Farley shares how going to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers gave her a whole new outlook on culture…and how kids pick up on good music.
“You have a cyst.” Well, what do you do with that kind of information; do you pack it up into a small parcel and place it in the pantry with the rest of the groceries? Do you completely ignore said statement?
Eventually the “to do list” was done. I had to realize that Megan was going away for the first time, for more than a week, and she would be with people I didn’t know in countries that were foreign to me. My daughter was going to be quite literally on her own, far far from home.
” A kiss is just a kiss; a smile is just a smile” as the song goes. So many kisses, a short kiss, a long passionate kiss, a peck, the kiss of death. ” Kiss me and smile for me tell me that you’ll wait for me.” Will you? Or am I going to get […]
Through our lives, we hold the hands of many, those we love, tiny children, the ageing and many others that give us a strong sense of community.
A beautiful vignette by Martha Farley about what it felt like to watch someone become consumed by their passion.
Guest Author Martha Farley looks back to simpler times growing up in a suburb and reminds us never to lose touch with the child within us.
Guest Author Martha Farley gives us a fun look at the ever romantic dance … the Tango!