Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Southern Girl in New York City

As I wandered around The Big Apple like the doofus tourist I was, it occurred to me: New York City really is larger than life. Continue reading

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Rodalena Reviews: The Judge

Ally and I love movies. When we went to see Guardians of the Galaxy together, we saw a preview for The Judge, and we looked at each other and said, “Oh yes.” We finally saw the film earlier this week. The … Continue reading

Posted in Actors, Allyson, family, flowers, Hydrangeas, Jr., justice, Language of Flowers, Mercy, movies, pain, Parenting, Robert Duvall, Rodalena Reviews, The Judge, To Kill a Mockingbird | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Courage Wins

Malala Yousafzai, a girl with a fierce courage and passion for knowledge, won the Nobel Peace Prize. How cool is that? Congratulations, Malala, and thank you for the inspiration you’ve been to me, and to so many others. Your pen … Continue reading

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Lonely Sailors: On Spiritual Sea Changes

When one changes the sea of their beliefs, all sorts of problems and all sorts of wonders are uncovered. It’s hard to adjust one’s sails to all that change entails. When this happened in my life, every area of my … Continue reading

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