Discovering Pitalo

Visiting Pitalo Church last Saturday was very heartwarming.  Thankfully my best buddy offered his motorcycle for a free ride, as the vehicle I used to have is all just but a memory. Though it’s scary riding a motorcycle for the first time ever, in a very long travel, yet Ley made it a safe and fun travel after-all. Thanks Lan!

I thank God for a blissful 2014 and claiming for more heavenly blessings this 2015!

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Keep Calm, Carry On and Don’t Look Back, for Long

Yes, keep calm, as all is well!

The Point of the Quill

Minute Hand on Clock

I was reading today a beautiful piece of writing sent to me in Brad Listi’s latest newsletter. If you haven’t yet acquainted yourself with The Nervous Breakdown, it’s a crying shame.

It reminded me of my first true love. A man with a red corvette, curly brown hair and a heart of pure gold. We lived a long-distance relationship throughout our college years. Many trips from either of our college towns down the nine-hour drive to a large southern city populated with either Limos or Toyota Corollas and, for a few weeks a year, one red corvette and two people in love.

During our summer breaks, I spent many a day or evening at his college-town apartment; until 11 pm or 3 am-if we fell asleep in each others arms. He was the quiet shield from the beatings at home of one parent or the crass treatment by a step-mother that only…

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The start of something new

To start or not, was the question..

But I am not here to give up…

I’d rather start and do it

As trying is not an option..

&

Scary so it was

Anxious so I was

And yet I sail it through

With the wonderful people surrounding me so

Cheering me up

Go go go

For a brand new you!

Writing is hard, but it doesn’t have to hurt! Very true. So time to write and write.

The Point of the Quill

Friday I went to the doctor and ended up in the hospital. Two things I hate the most. Apparently I passed out on the sidewalk (just “this close” to leaving the dreaded, but ever so helpful, doctor) and woke up with nurses holding me, an ambulance on the way, and a friend talking to whoever was holding my feet. “Tell us your name.” I tried to get the words out but couldn’t. Finally, with much effort, “Lee” from a long distance away but I finally said it. My friend helped them with the rest as the sirens got closer. (I very much dislike ambulances, more then the other two listed above; so Friday was not a banner day.) 

They moved me onto a gurney, though I can only tell you this from what my friend filled me in on. Asked me tons of questions as they stuck needles in me…

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