Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Silk Blouse


I'm a Writer, Yes, I Am!

A little while ago I wrote the story of some silk I was given in Denver by a Thai woman I worked with at the Asian Pacific Development Center when I first came back from China in 1984,  A Shimmering Moment

This morning, my neighbor E, to whom I gave the silk, sent me photos of the finished blouse. It’s amazing and I wanted to share them. E is from Australia and was a teacher. Her training is Home Economics but her schooling is from back in the day when Home Ec was considered science, domestic science, so she is a lot of things — a nutritionist, a gardener, a master at knitting, crocheting and sewing — and more. She’s truly amazing.

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Power went out about one,

A.M. and we’ve gathered for fun…

Most have no juice

So what’s the use,

We’ll join with everyone!

One neighbor fed us toast,

Another coffee from roast…

The twelve noon meal–

What has crowd appeal–

What people want the most?


some apartments have power,

Others, none for hours!

defrosted food

To be used soon,

Thankfully not the flour!

–Jonathan Caswell



Taste and See the Goodness of Our Heavenly Father


Cold Waters to a Thirsty Soul

Who are the sons [the children] of God?

And how can His children come to know Him as their heavenly Father?

The Scriptures give us the answers! First let’s see who the children [sons and daughters] of God are:

“For as many as are led by the Spirit of Elohim (God), they are the sons [children] of Elohim (God). 15) For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.” (Romans 8:14-15)

In the above passage, we see that those who are led by the Spirit of God, they are the children [sons and daughters] of God.

Through Messiah Yahushua [Christ Jesus], the children of God are the adopted children of the Most High God, Yahuwah Elohim [the LORD God], walking according to His Word.

When we believe on Yahushua Messiah as our Saviour

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Spooky Hillbilly Chic — Atomic Redhead

We’re almost all moved into our new house, meaning we almost have all of our stuff over at the house! But we are far from settled! We’ve been so busy I haven’t had time to blog about an outfit I wore a week and a half ago! Normally I like to blog within three days […]

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