Category Archives: memoir

November 12 – Dogs

November 12 I am thankful that I have been blessed by having dogs in my life. This may sound trivial, but those of you who are true pet lovers and have had the companionship and unconditional love of an animal … Continue reading

Posted in memoir, thankful | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

One Atlanta Church and Race Relations

In light of recent AJC articles about churches and race relations in Atlanta, I dug out this excerpt from a memoir on which I am working. Please share your thoughts and comments! The majestic West End Baptist Church building was … Continue reading

Posted in memoir | Tagged , , , , , | 12 Comments

Being Human

Being Human The water is cold on my feet, yet soothing because its chill numbs the smoldering pain of rheumatoid arthritis. I look out at the unfathomable depths, roiling like crinkled crepe paper. There’s a popular song with a phrase … Continue reading

Posted in memoir, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment