How I ended up in this city is pure serendipity. But here I am and I LOVE it. Everyday I learn more and more. 17M people live here, but it feels like any other city in the world, only more historical and beautiful. Let me tell you why I love it.You walk amongst historical sites … Continue reading Reasons why Istanbul should be #1 on your Bucket List
The words of the Rabbi are riveting and stunningly beautiful in the message he delivers to the world. Please watch the video link for the message it delivers to all of us no matter what faith we practice. An Army veteran, an off-duty Border Patrol officer and an Israeli war veteran are credited with … Continue reading These Are The Heroes Who Chased Off The Poway Synagogue Gunman
Mis-Understand I don’t try to understand your pain nor empathize with what you gain by making choices of denial waiting for time to pass all the while forgetting how to live I don’t try to understand a choice to abstain from love and passion intimacy that is a God-given-gift the closest … Continue reading Mis-Understand
I'm not the first person to be told I'm dying, or to get my affairs in order, or at most I have six months to live. But there's something about my story that is resonating with readers. And one person tells another, and another, and buys a book for a friend or a family … Continue reading “Meet me at the door naked.”
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LOVE The Beat Goes On. Thanks, Jan.
Hands down, this book easily takes the #1 spot this year. This is Foster’s first print publication. It is classic storytelling at its best. Foster writes with an uncommon depth of emotion, humor, empathy, and clarity. Adding another dimension to this collection of short stories, Foster, a seasoned songwriter/musician, recorded a music CD which accompanies the book. Together, they make an unforgettable read/listen!
Yes, I know there are two books sitting in this spot, but I couldn’t find a way to separate them. This “Men of Legend” series was amazing from beginning to end, and it just happens that parts two and three were both released this year. “Some Legends are born and some are made” describes this series perfectly about a father, Stoker Legend and three sons, Sam, Houston…
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© Lynda Filler Photography Of God he seemed at times slow to flow like sweet molasses my Southern Boy m e a n d e r i n g finding his way t e r r i t o r y he has mapped long since misplaced with armor no longer needed … Continue reading Of God
© Lynda Filler Photography (To) Sea is it in the wind the salty breeze that kisses ocean-wet shoulders and sends a chill down between my breasts or in the sand silken a welcome caress to hot pink toes or is it in the baby snails that crawl beneath the burden of … Continue reading (To) Sea
Let me count the ways. sunrises and sunsets, baby smiles and baby breath, beaches and mountains, lovers, arguments and making up, flowers on my patio, orchids on my desk, a family who remind me I'm loved, children who taught me, unconditional love, living with dying .... friends who sit with me in silence who understand … Continue reading How do you love?
You Take the Blue Pill, the Story Ends. You Take the Red Pill … By Linda Mims I was sixteen when I first suspected that I might be the one. I’d seen people in my family striving for excellence all my life. My parents’ friends were creative types who often took time to quiz … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Linda Mims!