There are many things I could write about in this season... The epic production of Handel's Messiah at the Vancouver Playhouse that ended with 4 curtain calls and an almost five minute standing ovation. I could talk about the genius of Handel putting pure scripture into a moving musical or how strange it felt to… Continue reading Merry Christmas from a Fourth Grader
via Daily Prompt: Age
. "We fought for this park!" My neighbour's eyes were on fire as we stood by the willow tree. I could see the "little wooden castle" that my niece and I love climbing into. We sit on the benches and watch the skytrain roar past carrying all of the daddies and husbands to work.… Continue reading A Grimston Tale
When someone recently asked for my site address I realized that I needed something a littler simpler than “third conchie.wordpress.com” . Thus began this journey of creating a new site. Welcome! The name Song Flower is not only a variation of my given name; (comma? period?… I never know what punctuation to use in sentences/clauses… Continue reading New Address!
Time to celebrate. My wedding ring has been found. The air was fresh, the path was covered. Time to rake the leaves. Earlier in the day I had been talking with Mom about doubts that I have about God's love. Does he really love everyone he made? Will everyone have a chance to hear about… Continue reading Raking Treasure
The charter boat bumps and glides along the silvery path of moonlight in the inky black ocean. Quiet conversation and some not so quiet conversation and ringing laughter fills the air. Forest holds me close as anticipation rises in our hearts. "Forest and I are going to a marriage retreat" I tell my RMT earlier… Continue reading Barnabas Bonus
What do these two photos have in common? Red brick architecture, wooden tree branches both nakedly shedding their red glory and clinging on to green. Grey cement and yellow paint. Banners, flags and vehicles. Two communities in different nations an continents that bear the name "Westminster." One is old and one is new. I would… Continue reading Uptown