Rainy Night in D.C.


Rewind; Trip to Washington, Sept 27th, 2018

The trek started with a decision. I could not shake this prompting that I had heard in my heart, long before I came to Westernport. Now, there was an urgency to pray for America more than I have ever felt. I was only a stones throw away from where the snake was ‘biting the heel’. “Lets do it”, I said to my cohort Don Stephens, “We have to go to Washington to pray.” It was a two and a half hour drive. Continue reading “Rainy Night in D.C.”


Sent out to all my Friends and Family June 28th, 2018

I wrote this Poem for my nieces birthday two years ago, but for some reason I wasn’t able to finish it. The last stanza came to me as I reread it. The occasion of sharing it has never failed to amuse me. I usually end up in laughter as I anticipate the end of the poem, which can make it hard to recite. Continue reading “ODE TO SUMMER”

Fire & Rain

Reposted from email sent to all my family and friends August 28th, 2018

As I was driving to church this morning, it hit me, and I started laughing.

Last week the volcano on the Big Island where I live had capped off after three months and stopped pouring out the noxious ‘vog’ over the land. Hallelujah! This past Friday there was a strange 2,000 acre fire on Maui, which was reported to be caused by the weather ??? – while there was a hurricane bearing down on us.

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