Entries by Ann Guinn

A Year to Simplify

Today I’m writing again to join some friends over at the Five Minute Friday link-up. Things have been sparse for me with blog posts these past couple of months, first with my husband’s surgery, then the full-on rush of the wonderful holiday season, complicated with a bit of sickness. But I’m dying to write and […]

In Our Time of Need

Today’s post is written for Five Minute Friday, and the word prompt for today is need. *****   One week and a day ago my husband was admitted to the hospital to have a stint put in place to open blocked heart arteries. He had had some symptoms checked out by his primary physician and […]

Discover

I’m writing this post (actually on Friday, no less!), for the link-up at Five Minute Friday, and today’s prompt is discover. ***** Discover. The word evokes feelings of adventure, of something exciting or unknown; not generally something I find or experience every day. And why not? Have I become so busy doing the mundane tasks […]

The Gift of Being Able to Depend

  This post contains my brief but deep thoughts today, and was produced to add to the link-up at Five Minute Friday, where the word for the week is depend. ***** Another shooting on the news this morning. And this trailing shortly behind natural disasters that have affected so many. When will it ever end? […]

What I Learned This Summer

Where, oh where did the summer go? Isn’t that the same question we usually ask at the end of August or when the calendar flips to September? It’s been good, I wish it had seemed longer, but I’m thankful all the same. Here’s a list of some things I learned along the way, in no […]