I had an idea after finish “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt” by Edmund Morris. What if Roosevelt had met other men and women that I admired? What if they sat in a coffee shop and had a conversation about all they had done and seen? So I want to start something about great people inContinue reading “Great Exchanges Untold.”
I want to have an open discussion in the comments about the books that we loved (or didn’t love so much) this year. While we were locked down, what kept you focused in? What book took you to another world? What book took your mind off your present reality?
There I stood A mountain before me So big the shadow It seemed to swallow Earth whole I had a thought One of might proportions Yet small beginnings Faith the size of seeds Could crumble this mass In a moment confidence Welled up in my chest I spoke Down it came Light poured over meContinue reading “Forgotten Thoughts from my Typewriter #2”
People spend their entire lives looking for the perfect moment When we’re children we dream of adulthood, looking for the future as if it’s gone somewhere without us. One day we wise up, start forgetting the past, living in the now, and resolve to praying for the future. In life we encounter conflict, we wonderContinue reading “Forgotten Thoughts from my Typewriter”
There’s something about a worn out book or journal the story contained within the pages is a life lived worth telling about open it up and read even a little and you’ll see the tears, the wear, the soft pages, and frayed corners are evidence of different seasons of use, tears, joy, sadness, happiness, loss,Continue reading “Stories Lived – Stories Told”