I would love to take a long, thoughtful, meditative walk in a misty forest.
I like the bird that visits the bird feeder outside my kitchen window, and I like watching him spread his wings to go.
I am lucky to have a tree framing our front porch, and I’m waiting for its leaves to turn to their vibrant yellow
I miss my grandchildren every day, and think of their beautiful smiles.
I miss Little Rock, where I lived for over 33 years.
God does not always meet me when I try to pray.
Praying can be lonely for me, sitting alone with my thoughts and my deepest heart desires.
The jazz music on my Pandora calms my soul, and I marvel at the talent that makes the music.
I love the warmth of the sunshine, but I hate it when the weather gets too hot.
I want to bake a German Chocolate cake and smell the memories of cakes gone by.
God is a mystery to me, in a sacred kind of way.
I miss my church in Arkansas.
I miss having my piano.
I’m afraid at the thought of having a kidney transplant.
I miss my best friends in Arkansas.
I wish I could see my son for a long, meaningful visit. The meaningful part is hard.
You don’t censor random thoughts. You just have them.
I love being near my brother, my sister-in-law and my cousins.
I am longing to see the leaves of the trees change their colors, creating a scene with “every common bush afire with God.”
There are hidden treasures in my heart. If only I could get in touch with them . . .
I wish my prayer time would always bring me to awe. It doesn’t. Not always.
I wish my random thoughts were more profound.
No one really cares about my random thoughts, but writing them down caresses my soul because I am honest with myself.