Shutterfly photo books are a personal favorite. We must have at least a dozen 8 x 8 books of trips, gardens, and family memories. Recently, I finished this coffee table project, Pictures and Poems which includes forty original inspirational poems and twice as many photos. Limited autographed personalized copies available for $35.00, including shipping. Check … Continue reading Poems & Pictures
In lieu of a blog, an original Christmas song. Merry Christmas, with love. This Christmas Music and lyrics: Kaci Rigney https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10225687074146777&id=1327546148&sfnsn=mo
Merry Christmas! It was a privilege to sing in our little church this morning. Here is the link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/wUX2hyZYvtg8yNqw8
Poetry has been a love of mine for decades. I have been writing poetry and songs for over forty years (yes, started in the womb.) I don't believe I would share some of my work with anyone, but I am glad to share most of it. I'm sure most, if not all, artists feel the … Continue reading Play All Day
Before belittling my bemusing blog, I beseech, behold its beauty. Beloved Bride, Between begin and become, it behooves us to believe the best, befriend, behave, and belong, betide. Beautifully beholden to bequeath, to bestir beyond breath, on behalf of this behest bejeweled beauty before, behind, and beside our begotten. Beware the beguiler beneath--who befogs, befuddles, … Continue reading Beyond Belief
As a child, sitting at the piano, my brother Steve asked our mom, "Where's G?"
One Sunday evening, in my parent's living room, as I stood in front of our neighbor, Alice, I gave my heart to Jesus. A little towheaded five-year-old girl, feeling the Holy Spirit's incredible power coursing through me--my childhood's most cherished memory. Bible stories were learned and the grand old hymns of the faith, which I … Continue reading Devastation, Desires, and Delight
Stew is delicious until it’s scorched and burned; then, it becomes distasteful, unpalatable, and even repugnant. We have the privilege of free speech in America, yet depending on we use this freedom, it can become like a spoiled disgusting stew. We have instituted anti-bullying rules at schools (with thousands of people who have advocated for … Continue reading The Conversation