“One time I got down on my knees and cried and begged him to forgive me, but he would not,” Elizabeth’s (not her real name) eyes glistened with tears as she recalled the hard heartedness of her husband. She ended her story by telling me that when her beloved Robert died suddenly, after 50 years…… Continue reading He Would Not Forgive Her
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures, Beside still waters he leads me. If I were a sheep, the opening words to this hymn of praise written by a shepherd boy named David over 3,000 years ago would be describing heaven to me. A…… Continue reading Psalm 23; a New Experience
I have been wanting to write a new post under the Story category, which for me would mean something entertaining and funny, but currently I am bereft of ideas. In the past if I did not have something immediately in front of me that was hilarious, I’d go to my archives, that is the storehouse…… Continue reading You Can’t Make This S——t Up!
Captain Bennett Marco, (played by Frank Sinatra) a decorated Korean War hero and former POW is a sleeper agent for the Soviet Union, programmed to assassinate one of the presidential candidates in order to get the Soviet’s man in office. You are right to ask, how did this exemplary American become the unwitting tool of…… Continue reading The Manchurian Candidate
I’ve told this story numerous times, to many people and it always gets a good laugh. So I decided to share it here with a larger audience. After all, everyone loves a good story. Several years ago my husband and I were taking an early flight out of CVG [for those not familiar with the…… Continue reading I Thought You Were a Chair
From August 30 till September 10, 2018 we had the vacation of a lifetime. We did an Alaskan Land and Sea Tour with Holland America. The best part was the company. Here’s a list of the awesome group who shared this experience: Ginger (me) and Joe Watkins My sister, Rita and her husband, Ron Hopper…… Continue reading Alaska: Prologue
Thurs. Aug 30th: JR and Jackie here last night. Up at 4 am. To airport via Uber, (had to schedule 2 UBERs, since no 6 passenger van was available and between the four of us there was just too much luggage to fit in the trunk of a mid-size car). Our driver, whose name was…… Continue reading Alaska: Getting There: