An open letter to survivors in the midst of COVID-19

Once upon a time I had a duck. Her name was Pricilla. Well, she wasn’t actually my duck. But, she had built a nest in the bushes under our tree, so I considered her mine. She was a delightful mama mallard, all dappled brown feathers and chocolate chip eyes. My sons were tinies at theContinue reading “An open letter to survivors in the midst of COVID-19”

Moving out

I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living! Wait for the Lord;be strong, and let your heart take courage;wait for the Lord! ~Psalm 27:13-14

There’s no crying in…COVID-19?

“Remember, there’s no crying in baseball,” Tom Hanks said recently when interviewed about his experience with testing positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus). No crying in baseball, indeed. But this ain’t baseball. Not even close. Yesterday, I forgot about my own advice on holding on to hope and pushing fear aside as I reached for the lastContinue reading “There’s no crying in…COVID-19?”

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