So much to say, so little time. . .

A beautiful poem/prayer for children by a newspaper colonist, Ina Hughes, in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Reflections From a Cloudy Mirror

Any of you who have missed me over the past week – I’m still here, and alive, and boy-howdy, am I KICKING!!  I will fill you in on my doings and whereabouts tomorrow or Saturday, depending on how things go – but in the meantime I wish to share with you a wonderful piece written by one of my very favorite newspaper columnists, Ina Hughs, (The Knoxville News-Sentinel), from Knoxville, Tennessee.  She is a wonderful, articulate, pithy, and witty woman of a certain age with whom I identify frequently.  Since moving away from Knoxville I haven’t been reading her as much, but it’s good to know she is still alive, kicking, and praying.  Let’s join her, shall we?

A PRAYER FOR CHILDREN

We pray for children

who sneak popsicles before supper,

who erase holes in math workbooks,

who can never find their shoes.

And we pray for those

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