Concealed emotions once supressed now accepted Twenty years of silent suffering finally surfaced A blow to the ego was never intended Understanding and sincere apologies appreciated Forgiveness, yes. Admittedly, this cannot be fixed Want to give me the world you took from me Gifts a-plenty and kind gestures galore Too much to bare and tooContinue reading “A New Hello”
This book is very well written with a lot of humor in her stories. I dare all women to read this! You’ll thank me, really! You can find the author on Twitter @LisaVProulx
Originally posted on Wendy Varble's Blog :
Johnny was an hour late for lunch. This was not unusual–he was frequently late for both lunch and dinner. It was, however, always cause for concern to me, never knowing what perilous activities he was involved in. An hour was the limit for me–all I could do was…
TSARA SHELTON – THE TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS OF A LIFE LIVED ON THE EDGE OF SOCIETY 07/08 by ENVISION THIS | Culture Podcasts. So great to hear Tsara’s voice again! I finally got to listen to her podcast interview. So proud of her! 😀
I think you might like this book – “Spinning in Circles and Learning from Myself: A Collection of Stories that Slowly Grow Up” by Tsara Shelton. Start reading it for free: http://amzn.to/1CPtFT6 The author is an amazingly beautiful person, inside and out! She has years of life experiences at such a young age.
The Pisgah Grande 1936Wendy Varble : Archway Publishing. In 1936, three boys experience a terrifying encounter while camping in a deserted ghost town, resulting in unexpected consequences echoing far beyond the abandoned walls of Pisgah Grande. While camping deep in the heart of Las Llajas Canyon on Halloween night, 1936, eight-year-old Johnny and two friends,Continue reading “The Pisgah Grande 1936”
About The Summer of 1934. About The Summer of 1934 In the summer of 1934, Johnny Varble is six years old. He lives on a farm with his family near the small town of Santa Susana California. Johnny’s peaceful world is jolted when a stranger with a checkered past arrives to live at the farm. AsContinue reading “About The Summer of 1934”