Positively Karen

Now and Then Spring, earth awakens from its winter slumber. My rose bushes are covered with petite unfurled leaves. Bulbs have burst, sending verdant stalks up three inches above the soil. Doves have built their nests (of sorts) and laid their eggs. One egg has already slipped through loosely woven twigs to land unbroken on…

Vitality by Sandy Lauzon

Time’s Challenge I wonder how quickly I have reached nearly half way through my seventh decade of life. Perhaps, because I couldn’t wait.   I couldn’t wait to start first grade at five years old. I had been practicing going to school ever since I could remember. I had a pencil box with pencils, erasers,…