Tag: He knows the way that I take

What To Do When You Fall

Choosing Our Route

Early this morning I was taking our dog, Jack, out for his first walk of the day.  We strolled along a pathway around a little lake where moorhens and seagulls floated on water.  Then we took a turn and headed into the neighbourhood, passing… Continue Reading “Choosing Our Route”

The Purpose Of the Yoke

In the days of long ago, before farmers had tractors to do the work, donkeys, horses, or oxen were used to plow the fields.  A wooden crossbeam, called a yoke, would be attached across the neck of the animal with reins that the farmer… Continue Reading “The Purpose Of the Yoke”

The Lady On The Train

The past several posts I’ve been walking down memory lane.  I can tell you why.  I’m working on my next book which will be a collection of stories from my travels.  I hope you will enjoy it.  Today I take you with me on… Continue Reading “The Lady On The Train”

Reaching The Destination

My time in Africa has been among the most amazing experiences of my life.  To be up close and personal with so many animals, working with fascinating people from around the world, experiencing life in the bush, trekking through the jungle, and bumping along… Continue Reading “Reaching The Destination”

When The Light Shines Brightest

I returned to my Bishkek home last evening after another wonderful day in Kyrgyzstan.  It was still daylight.  As I walked past my window, out of the corner of my eye, I noticed a very small white something glisten.   I looked, and there… Continue Reading “When The Light Shines Brightest”

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