Rabbit holes and textile poles, Uncle sole and sally’s mole. Cotton batch and pumpkin rash. Silver boots n` radish roots. Monkey paws and ruby claws. Yes Jim, the poor little mite ( hasn’t got a chance on the road ). Copyright © 2011 A. Murray, All Rights Reserved.
When you say Good Morning when you greet someone, is there something more to those words? A friend gave this to me and I thought it perfect to share. When I say good morning I mean to say: G-od O-ffers us His O-utstanding D-evotion to M-ake us O-bedient & R-eady for a N-ew day withContinue reading “Good Morning”
Another friend of mine sent me this poem below that was allegedly created by Audrey Hepburn in response to a request from a magazine for tips on beauty. Here is what Hepburn believes makes a person beautiful. “For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For aContinue reading “Beauty Tips”
This poem is copyrighted by David Adams, and is read here by Alice Letts. To listen to the poem click here. To subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, click here.
“I know blue, modest violets, Gleaming with dew at morn. I know the place you came from The way that you were born. When God cut holes in heaven, To let the stars peep through. Two little stars fell down to earth, Those little stars are you.” – Anon I don’t know who wrote thisContinue reading “Alice finds blue violets”