Friday, December 7, 2012


I confess
I have not enjoyed a great deal of peace these past two years

I mean, really, how can one obtain peace when constantly surrounded by

I only realize now that we are in the home stretch, how very hard it has been
(mentally) to take a perfectly good house and take it down to the bare bones
to build it back up again.  
It has gone against my nature

 the desire for 
is instilled in us 
deeper than we can ever imagine

Peace is a beautiful ornament we wear
a pleasant garment we put on
an essence that exudes from within

As we remember this day 
December 7, 1941
and the overwhelming destruction
let us also remember in this Christmas season that 
is a sister to 


and to my precious daughter Grace,
I am so grateful that you teach me each day

so elegantly

Peace creates grace and grace gives peace 

In memory of Roy Lynn Bulls...who left as a boy to fight for his country and made it home to be my dad



Now it looks gorgeous and you can enjoy your peace, finally! Your daughter is so pretty. Happy Holiday Season.

Annmarie Pipa said...

I think peace only comes from God... and that is how I can tell if it is the right decision, if I am at peace..
so wishing you a peaceful weekend!!

podso said...

Love that peace is a sister to hope ...

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

It's been a long journey, and you've been a trooper! Thanks for sharing this process with us. Now you can sit back and enjoy your peaceful home!

carolyn bradford said...

Beautiful post with wonderful words of wisdom! Thanks for sharing!

Maureen Stevens said...

What a great and inspiring post!

Taylor Greenwalt said...

That was beautifully said....its looking great and your almost there....I always try to find the humor in things when I get stressed. Sometimes its hard.

Penelope's Beehive said...

Such a lovely, heartfelt post...thank you for sharing your wee bit of Peace.
Wishing you a splendid day!

Geneva said...

Beautiful, Beautiful post! Loved every word!!!