Welcome to Day 2 of my blogging challenge. Today’s Topic is the meaning behind my blog name.
A Tattoo On His Palm was born as a matter of courage as a result from a search for significance due to heavy depression and non-existent self esteem. Continue reading
Due to personal issues, I have neglected my writing, so I decided to try and kick-start it by doing a Writing Challenge. This one is more personal about me and they say write what you know, so hey! I found this through Pinterest at http://livingoffloveandcoffee.com. I will also post the challenge on the Sidebar.
You just had a fabulous meal at a local restaurant. The waitress did a fabulous job and you were very happy with your service. It is time to leave and you reach in your wallet for a tip and your fingers land on that pack of Bible Tracts that Pastor Bob asked you to hand out. “Wouldn’t is be more important if I leave a tract as the tip?”
The old man was sitting limply at a table staring at nothing in particular. A tall distinguished member of the National Gendarmerie entered from a door to the bar room. Spotting the old man at the table, he quietly made his way to the other side of the table. He reached out his hand in greeting, “Monsieur Moritz Vital, I am Inspector Boule. I understand you have a confession to make.”
The old man raised his head to look at the inspector. He said nothing for several moments. Sighing he finally spoke, “I might.” Continue reading
A parent of great wrath will pay the penalty, for if you deliver him, you will only have to do it again. Proverbs 19:19
The things you say, positive or negative, can have a huge effect on your children’s lives, not only as a child, but as a teenager, as an adult and as a parent of their own children. Continue reading
Diana rolled over on the air mattress and rubbed her back. Well, this was the last night. Tomorrow night she would be in her own bed….. but she wouldn’t be here. Diane suddenly sat up at the realization. She had stayed in their house until it sold while her husband had gone ahead and moved to Colorado where he had acquired a new job. Their condo waited her arrival. Tomorrow morning… Diane glanced at her watch. This morning! This morning her husband would come and help load his truck with the last of their things and then they would drive the six hours to their new home. Continue reading
I was swimming in a wave-pool when I decided I wanted to get out. Looking around, the narrow end was a lot further away than the sides of the pool, so I swam for the side. I was not the best of swimmers, but I could swim enough to get by. As I swam toward the side of the pool to what I perceived to be safety, I suddenly was hit with a horrible realization. Continue reading