Lily of the Valley

They grow in the valleys and in the field. They may even grow among thorns. Sometimes, they are cultivated to grow in planted gardens. The lily grows rapidly and commonly in many places. Charles W. Fry in 1881 wrote a hymn titled The Lily of the Valley in London for the Salvation Army. The openingContinue reading “Lily of the Valley”

A Miscarriage of Justice

A Prisoner by No Crime of My Own has been shared north of 11,000 times. This entry was one of them. Reposting the message. My first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage around the second month. Married to a really miserable husband, the experience was very intense. Just learning I was pregnant brought extreme excitement atContinue reading “A Miscarriage of Justice”

A Miscarriage of Justice

My first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage around the second month. I was married to a really miserable husband and the experience was very intense for me. I had just learned I was pregnant and I was extremely excited at the possibility of caring and nurturing for my own little baby. It sparked a hopeContinue reading “A Miscarriage of Justice”

Brain Freeze

My mind didn’t heal me any more than my mind could heal a broken bone in my body. My mind has most often been an enemy set out to teach me to retreat, run or hide. Don’t get me wrong, I am so grateful I had my mind for that very reason. The problem isContinue reading “Brain Freeze”

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