in GrandMa Ma’s Boots

A slight voice signaled, “y’all come look,” and a sight we did see cloaked not in a nook, but standing at the entrance of the bedroom door in GrandMa Ma’s Boots She’s two years old, boots up to her thighs can’t take a step, just swaying from side to side as if a breeze was ’round her Gently […]

A Father and Daughter’s Relationship: Daddy’s Letter in Heaven – Part Two

I was either going to be obedient and submit to the will of the Lord of my life—Jesus, or my will, ruling it myself: sacrificing the joy and wholeness of my being.  I needed my relationship with my daddy, this was healthy.  And had not our years of estrangement been resolved, the attitude of resentment, uncertainties, […]

A Father and Daughter’s Relationship: Daddy’s Letter in Heaven – Part One

Note: This letter to my dad was written almost two years ago. It was a timely psychology course assignment, but one that would seal my declaration for years of freedom from emotional and mental bitterness.  The topic and research were my choice.  Post this assignment, my memories of my dad are currently healthy and good ones. Therefore, I would like […]