Tag: grandparents

Gifts

Today’s post is an essay written by one of my English Composition I students, Jessica Bacon. Jessica was a true blessing in my life this semester; she’s an ideal student, a loving mom, and a caring person. She is certainly a true elevator person… Continue Reading “Gifts”

Family

*Today’s post is written by friend and frequent contributor Debra Dickey. Debra is like family to me! Thank you, Debra, for sticking by me all these years closer than a sister.* Last evening, I had the rare and lovely opportunity to get together with… Continue Reading “Family”

Day 20: Dear Grandma

*Today, we have the pleasure of reading a post from fellow blogger Mark Luker. Be sure to check out Mark’s blog!* Grandma, This is a letter I should have sent you a long, long, time ago, and even though you can no longer remember… Continue Reading “Day 20: Dear Grandma”

Godmothers

*Thank you, Henry Petty, for serving as today’s guest contributor!” My Godmother, Dr. Estrella Aesjo, had a major influence on me and my cousin (her daughter).  She is a pediatrician in Southern California, but she exhibited such warmth and kindness that it resonated in my being.  Like… Continue Reading “Godmothers”

Day 12–Sensing

*Thanks to my friend Kristy Hutchinson for sharing today’s post. May all of us be granted the ability to find gratitude wherever we are today.* I wasn’t there when he died. He sat on the couch, they say, choking and sputtering. He asked my… Continue Reading “Day 12–Sensing”

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