Tag Archives: sisters

Before the Sun Sets and the Moment is Gone

You would have been 69 today!  Happy Birthday dear Sis! This morning, my buddy and I took a morning walk along the bay front and I mentioned to her that you were on my mind. You would have enjoyed that … Continue reading

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Look Up!

To You I lift up my eyes, Oh You who are enthroned in the heavens! — Psalm 123:1 Today, I am grateful for all my blessings. I dedicate this day to my wonderful Aunt Ethelyn, who at 95 years old,  … Continue reading

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Friends Stick Together

High tide. Low tide. Friends stick together. Here’s to good friends!

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A Rainbow for Peggy

In memory of, and in honor of, my dear sister Peggy, who lived with injustice and inequality from the day she found the courage to speak her truth. Congratulations to all for this transcendent moment in our history!

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Just Call Out My Name

Just call out my name, and wherever I am, I’ll come running to you! I feel the tug in my heart. It makes me swallow hard. I fight back the tears, but they come anyway. It’s just too hard. Please … Continue reading

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Here’s Lookin’ at You, Pardner!

August is my sister’s month. As soon as August comes around, I think of my dear Peggy. She was born on August 26. She is gone now, but memories — thank God for memories — keep her alive in my … Continue reading

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I Know How You Feel

We are all really so much the same. We all have trials and tribulations. We all have moments of pure joy and happiness. That is what I think I had hoped to share in yesterday’s post, “Answers to My Prayers”. … Continue reading

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