Archive for September 2015

The Dementia Chronicles #11- Wondering When Mom Will Forget Who I Am

THE DEMENTIA CHRONICLES #11 – Wondering When Mom Won’t Remember Who I Am It’s been a spotty few weeks for posting. The reasons are many. Certainly not because I don’t have enough to talk about with these Dementia Chronicles but the subject matter has changed. Circumstances have changed. Mom rebounded when she first moved in with us and…

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Walking Benny Smith

WALKING BENNY SMITH – A Snippet in Time on an Island Somewhere on Earth – Or Maybe in Heaven Holding a bowl of seeds, pellets and peanuts, the woman locked the dove aviary. When she turned at her feet stood Benny Smith. She towered over him. He was young, maybe less than a year old. He smiled…

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In Weakness There is Great Strength

In Weakness There is Great Strength “Therefore, in order to keep me from becoming conceited, I was given a thorn in my flesh, a messenger of Satan, to torment me.” –2 Corinthians 12:7 The Sin of Pride A week ago Sunday, I hurt myself. And, no, I wasn’t doing anything dangerous or strenuous. Hold on a sec.…

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Busy as a Bee in a Honeycomb

As the title of this post suggests, I’ve been as busy as a bee in a honeycomb lately. Not only have I been thinking up my next installment for The Dementia Chronicles but I’ve also been working toward the completion of my latest work-in-progress and also I’ve been editing my latest release by Eye of the…

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