I never wondered who these enslaved people were and what their lives were like. They were just a part of the church and community history, like the fingerprints in the church bricks.
Another Father's Day comes around, and my Facebook feed is full of photos of fathers. That prompts me to add my contribution to this day of gratitude for fathers. My father was steady and dependable. He was kind and nonjudgmental. He contributed to his community through volunteer service in a variety of roles. Daddy has … Continue reading Father’s Day Gratitude
Friday was a day that showed me how much I'm connected with others - past and present, near and far.
"Under the weather" allows time for me to post a photographic journey through my last month
Though I'm home, settled in and having had a day to rest, I'm catching up on my travels from last week. I certainly had a varied trip encompassing lots of water places - driving along Great Lakes, sitting by the ocean, crossing rivers on big bridges. For some reason, I was drawn to water. Water … Continue reading On the road, Northeast trip: #5 The Currier, Portsmouth, NH and York, ME