Tag: Parents

Day 4: Escape from Hurricane Harvey

Harvey came in quite differently than his brother Ike from nine years ago.  He wants to stay awhile and not be overlooked. Harvey is surely attempting to not be looked at as just the younger brother that came and went.  His older brother Ike didn’t come to play games either and changed how people thought Hurricanes were supposed to behave, just as their older twin sisters Katrina and Rita did in 2005.  Harvey is out to prove a point.  He is the “long night”.

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Soul Food Sunday 04: Father’s Day 2017

The Father is Love I thank God for my Father.  He has been my Father and my Daddy.  I have admired him since I was a little girl.  Like God, he has always shown me love. I have always been confident in his love for me.  I knew that if he didn’t love anybody else

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Soul Food Sundays 02: Making your Parents Proud

*Soul Food Sundays…nourishment for the soul* “Let your father and your mother be glad, and let her who gave birth to you rejoice [in your wise and Godly choices].”Proverbs 23:25 NIV Before we are born, our parents are proud of us.  The choices we make in life allows them to continue to be proud, or

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Your Smile

KATIE, You are the woman that did everything you could to bring me joy.  I remember as a little girl, you trying to sweetly wake me up singing “Arise and Shine and give God the Glory Glory…” while opening the curtains to my window so that God’s Light could shine through.  Oh, the TORTURE of

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Thank You with a Twist

This morning I woke up to a text message from a co-worker.  Sadly this isn’t anything new.  However, I was surprised to see which co-worker it was from.  It was from the co-worker whose daughter I had taught.  They are the mother/daughter duo that caused me most of my stress and frustration from last year.  If

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