Cactus Blossom

The Color White By Elece Hollis Spring is yellow forsythia and daffodils, red of tulips, hyacinth purple, white crocus, lilies and all shades of bright. Summer is every color under the sky-blue, it's every shade of green, white clover, and red roses a picket fence. Fall has crimson apples, sunflowers, leaves of orange, yellow, and... Continue Reading →

The Wings of the Wind

Dear God, Oh God,How dare I to write to you, You who walked on water? I read this morning in the book of Daniel how you walked in the fire with Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego. I read them in Psalms how you walk on the wings of the wind.You said in Job that you have... Continue Reading →

Pecan Growers Convention

Ron, Brenna, and I attended the pecan Growers Convention in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Ardmore is south of Paul's Valley and Turner Falls where our teens went to Bible Camp last week. After church at Faith Baptist in Broken Arrow, we visited with Jordyn, her mom, and brother Kaiden, and Rose and Larry who came by to... Continue Reading →

Pecan Growers Convention

Ron, Brenna, and I attended the pecan Growers Convention in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Ardmore is south of Paul's Valley and Turner Falls where our teens went to Bible Camp last week. After church at Faith Baptist in Broken Arrow, we visited with Jordyn, her mom, and brother Kaiden, and Rose and Larry who came by to... Continue Reading →

Don’t Fence Me In

This little donkey stood watching me pass and she seemed to be considering how she might escape her pasture. I don't know, maybe she felt safe inside and  only wondered where all of us fools were headed when there was security, sunshine and plenty of green grass.I love to ride through the country and see... Continue Reading →

Don’t Fence Me In

This little donkey stood watching me pass and she seemed to be considering how she might escape her pasture. I don't know, maybe she felt safe inside and  only wondered where all of us fools were headed when there was security, sunshine and plenty of green grass.I love to ride through the country and see... Continue Reading →

Truant Sun

The Truant Sun By Elece HollisThe sun peeped out this morning No color, no majesty, No pomp and splendor, just a peep.I think he must have been ashamed of himself After all those days of gloom and drear. There he was! He peeked out like a child Accused of a cookie snitching,Like a puppy who... Continue Reading →

Truant Sun

The Truant Sun By Elece HollisThe sun peeped out this morning No color, no majesty, No pomp and splendor, just a peep.I think he must have been ashamed of himself After all those days of gloom and drear. There he was! He peeked out like a child Accused of a cookie snitching,Like a puppy who... Continue Reading →

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