“What Does Jesus Do With Ghosts?”

David, mischievous, playful but deeply in tune with the Spirit “These guys have big guns and they just point them at a ghost and kaboom, the ghost disappears!” Michael’s father, a police officer, had given our family free tickets to a large three-ring circus production that the police department were sponsoring. Of course after a…… Continue reading “What Does Jesus Do With Ghosts?”

Laughter Turned a Tragedy Into A Comedy

David was gleefully swimming and splashing on his tummy in a pool of oil                   What was my reaction to this overwhelming scene? I leaned against the kitchen wall and slid down till I sat on the floor with my legs sticking straight out. One evening, when…… Continue reading Laughter Turned a Tragedy Into A Comedy

Nurturing Your Baby Before Birth

An unborn child hears and reacts emotionally not only to his mother but also to the people and activity around him. Prenatal babies have personalities before they are born. As any mother can tell you some babies move around energetically both in and out of the womb, while other infants are physically passive. Some infants…… Continue reading Nurturing Your Baby Before Birth

The Common Sense Approach To Childbirth

  My Doctor celebrated each birth with joy. “Good. The head nurse is on coffee break .”  Our family doctor and my obstetrician, had warned us to come into town immediately with my first labour pains. My eighth child was going to come quickly . Dr. H met me outside the hospital, helped me out…… Continue reading The Common Sense Approach To Childbirth

Let us Read to A Child

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.” Seuss embraced the life of the imagination and detested staid adults who dismissed the whimsical, “Adults are just obsolete children and the hell with them.” ― Dr. Seuss     These quotations From Dr. Seuss hardly need an introduction. Any…… Continue reading Let us Read to A Child

Letting My Readers Connect With Me

  I am a passionate gardener.   I read an article encouraging writers to reveal odd facts about themselves so that their readers could become acquainted with the person behind the articles. 1. I HATE scary movies. As soon as the music rises ominously, I start pacing. Once in a movie theatre, at The Lord of…… Continue reading Letting My Readers Connect With Me

The Sly Fox and the Traumatized Chicken

<!– Email –>     Red was very adept at snatching chickens   We all marvelled at the fox’s audacity because this episode occurred in broad daylight   The sly fox. No words better describe our intelligent, resident fox. Red consistently fooled our dumb guard dog by laying his foxy scent in pointless circles. He…… Continue reading The Sly Fox and the Traumatized Chicken