dreamer's path

A Moment of Silence

Who knows what lies deep within my heart – the stories that unfold before my mind’s eye, in the deepest recesses of my mind? These secrets are mine, I hold them dear to me and I am unwilling to share. My secret light shines brightest when I am alone. Those who prefer their own company…

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Childhood Innocence

Normally when I read a book, I read it in one or two sittings. I find reading similar to watching a movie – I can’t do it in parts, I want the entire story lain before me immediately, in its entirety. Currently, I am reading a book about the playwright JM Barrie, the author of…

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Preserving love

I had a telephone conversation tonight with my daughter’s aunt. She is the older sister of my deceased ex-boyfriend. I’ve only recently been befriended by her, I’d say in the last year or so. It is a difficult issue to address. I have tried numerous times to put into words the emotion I feel when…

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Mother's Day

I am a mother 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Yesterday around 3 pm, I grabbed my youngest sister and hauled her to Key Largo for a little R&R with my grandmother, my mother and my other two sisters (there are four of us, and I’m the oldest). When…

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Waiting and knowing… Like an ocean before us, it rushes forward, then retreats into itself. I smell it, salty and pungent. Overwhelming. The truth burns like sulfur in my nose, my eyes water. I look away. I fight back the tears that come with the knowledge. I fight to appear stoic. You maintain a calm…

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Lessons learned

And today, a bit of prose…thank you for indulging me. What have we learned today that we did not know yesterday? To laugh louder, deeper, from the gut. To enjoy that spontaneous moment more thoroughly. What have we learned to say that we did not yesterday? I love you. Over and over and over again….

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