A blog I post on has a writing exercise going on today. We are challenged to write about our lives in three sentences. This is what I wrote. Another writer, actually John Blumenthal who wrote "What's the Matter with Dorfman?" and nine other fairly well-known books, commented that "technically these are not sentences, because they lack a subject and a predicate." 'Tis true, but you'll "have that" as my father would say. Enjoy.
Always on the outside looking in, to see, to touch, to hear, to sense, and to begin.
Always a friend wherever I've been, to help, to care, to laugh, to love, and to share the loss and the win.
Always blessed from the God within, of grace, of hope, and of peace, Amen.