Worry not my child…

I hope this blesses you as much as it blessed me. By the fabulous Sammy J

sprinkle of thoughts

God

Worry not, my child

Last night I heard you cry

I saw your eyes run dry

I felt your heart scream goodbye

And all you wanted to do was flop!

You think I ain’t around

You feel I’m surely bluff

So you curse the day I made you

You claim I abandoned you.

Stop for a while and listen carefully

That voice that speaks gently

Giving you little hope through your mourning

That’s me slowly filling in.

So worry not, my child

I’ll restore your sight

I’ll uphold your pride

I will be your might

Your star will shine bright

Just hold on tight

For I’m always by your side.

Worry not, my child.

Sammy J.


This is for anyone feeling they are carrying the world on their shoulders. God’s got you so just hold on tight. This is mostly for myself as I have my breaking times. God bless…

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Dagger 

You had a bad week

You are mentally exhausted

I’m glad you tell me 

Though it’s a dagger to my heart 

Lost, hopeless, will you get through?

I can’t see the forest

For the trees

Where you’re concerned 

All around me pangs of jealousy 

Why not us, where did it all go wrong?

How could I not see?

99-Year-Old Volunteers – Still Going Strong

Inspirational. No reason I can’t also do my part.

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Mary Guglielmo was born on May 11, 1917, in New York City. Mary Alsing was born 16 days later in Ontario, Canada. Their lives began far apart and took different paths, but decades ago they both wound up in the same place: as members of the volunteer corps at Johnson Memorial Hospital.”

That’s the opening paragraph of a story in The Hartford Courant highlighting the service of two women who have been volunteering at a rural hospital not too far from my house.

When I started looking for stories to share as part of WATWB, this one caught my attention. I know that hospital. I drive by it often. I’ve been to the Emergency Room of this hospital several times. If you read the story, you will read about how important the hospital’s volunteers are to its continuing operations.

Volunteering sounds vague. It’s hard to understand and it’s…

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