Monthly Archives: October 2011

May I Have This Dance?

 The above photo is of a dance troupe that I had the blessing of forming and leading. I’m the third right to left, and my sister, Mynita, is second left to right. The others are good friends, sisters in the Lord. DANCING…I … Continue reading

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And All That Jazz!

I can still hear my mother’s voice when she expressed a strong opposing opinion. Always, Thelma Groves ended her comments with, “And all that jazz!” Mother could have continued her thoughts on any given subject, but she knew when to … Continue reading

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A Few Quirky Characters

Life is stranger than fiction; yet, a few quirky characters show up in the novels I read. For some unknown reason, I am attracted to “Philip” in W. Somerset Maugham’s Of Human Bondage, to “Joy” in Flannery O’Connor’s Good Country … Continue reading

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Breathing in Hebrew

  Psalm 122:6 (Photo Credit: Effie-Alean Gross, 2007) Since I was a teenager, I have been fascinated with language. My girlfriends and I made up a code language, using “i-b” after the first consonant of each syllable in a word. We … Continue reading

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