Fictional Writing

“Maybe stars weren’t mean to be caught.”-Brwnsknswty

So, which version of my life should I write about tonight.   Oh, I know.  I never told you about the time I almost caught a star.   This was about 20 years ago.  I was around the age of five or maybe a little older.  After school every afternoon, my older sisters and I… Continue reading “Maybe stars weren’t mean to be caught.”-Brwnsknswty

My Travels

“Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired”-Jules Renard

After four weeks of continuous travel I was finally back home. Although my time spent at home would only be a 48 hour period, I had to cherish this time of rest. My first day back home was spent laying on my living room couch, letting the tv watch me. Jumping from time zone to… Continue reading “Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired”-Jules Renard

Spiritual Writing

“Let your eyes look directly in front of you and let your gaze look straight before you” Proverbs 4:25 NET

My dad’s name is Joseph.  Joseph wasn’t apart of my life growing up and I don’t remember much about him. My dad was a runner, he would run for miles, stop work out, then run some more.  People who know him now, say he is still running almost every single day. I remember this one… Continue reading “Let your eyes look directly in front of you and let your gaze look straight before you” Proverbs 4:25 NET

Spiritual Writing

“A voice so small, that if we are distracted, or if we are not listening we won’t even realize its Him.”-Gracefully Broken

He found me. I didn’t even know I was lost.  Thats cliche’. Its true though.  To hear me tell it “I wasn’t lost I just wasn’t going the right way”. Well, I was going my own way…which was the wrong way. True story. I can remember being lost more than once in my life.  Taking… Continue reading “A voice so small, that if we are distracted, or if we are not listening we won’t even realize its Him.”-Gracefully Broken

Fictional Writing

Kathy and Amy-Short Story

She checked her phone again.  It had been more than two days since she had last heard from her Sister.  This was typical though.  Amy was known for disappearing for days at a time.  It had been her motto since they were in their early twenties.  Something about this time just didn’t seem right to… Continue reading Kathy and Amy-Short Story