In the empty of the evening In the remnants of the day When my head was half deciding That fatigue would have its way, I could hear the bamboo singing Like it did before the storm And though a north wind blew, My heart surrendered to the warm. In the solace of the evening WhenContinue reading “The Old Green Bridge Was Green Again”
In Loving Memory of Raymond Wayne Blankenship February 13, 1984 – October ?, 2017 Don’t be troubled by my absence, Though I know it brings you sorrow. It was time for me to go, and I Was not meant for tomorrow. I am resting in His mercy, I am healing by His grace. I’ll beContinue reading “In Memory of Ray”
Your laughter was my first happy memory, and when I fled the womb and heard it full, it filled my soul and became the song of life! What a life you gave me! I heard your angel voice singing every day as you cleaned the house. I saw you smile at every new thing yourContinue reading “Mother”
Today is the last day of the last weekend of my summer vacation. I work at an elementary school, so I get a nice break every year when school is out. This summer, however, didn’t turn out quite as I had planned. Marked by family and friends passing, and taking care of friends and familyContinue reading “Summer’s End”
Elijah discovers old artillery at Docville Farm.