Daily Prayable: Remember the Romance - Sunday, December 19, 2010
Beloved, let's make a life together. We'll build a home together; feather our nest with creature comforts and fill our hearts with random sundries such as Forever.
Beloved, it seems like there were no sunsets before I found you. No blustery Saturdays in the park, and certainly no sonnets. If I could pull down the moon and stars for you, I would.
Beloved, with this ring, our lives intertwine, our hopes encircle eternity. We'll be courageous and stand by each other, whatever may come.
We are blessed to embark on the journey of life, you will always be loved, my beloved.
- Ruth Williams
(From the Archives)
Would you rather get a massage or have sex? You'll likely never have to make a choice between the two, but I'm curious. Normally this would not be a lead-in to a story about lonely old people, but think about how great a massage would feel to someone who rarely feels the human touch.
Uncle Donnie (Z'L of blessed memory) was a confirmed bachelor. He was my mother-in-law's first cousin and they were a very close extended family. Gloria and Uncle Donnie weren't just cousins, they were best friends too...
- Chief of Pray, Susan Diamond
My two year old daughter and I are both major Disney movie junkies. Anything with a tiara and poofy ball gown, and we're spell bound.
The more cheesy music, the better. It's mother-daughter bonding at its most obnoxious, and I am more than willing to admit it.
Though I can quote/sing the majority of these cliché films, my daughter was the one to open my eyes to a message within Snow White not too long ago. Snow White had finally had her wish granted. Despite the Evil Stepmother's attempts, her Prince had found her sleeping and woken her in time to ride off into her happily ever after...
Get rid of what enslaves you. Find spiritual health and well-being by discovering personal freedom. Don't be defeated by your life circumstances. Here's how to change your life for good.
Inspired by Rabbi Karyn Kedar's new book, "Omer: A Counting"
Written by Susan Diamond, ...
There were seven Spanish angels at the altar of the sun.
They were praying for the lovers in the valley of the gun.
And when the battle stopped and the smoke cleared,
There was thunder from the throne,
And seven Spanish angels took another angel home.
-Edward F. Setser and Troy H. Seals, “Seven Spanish Angels”