With our nation's supply of domestic oil and gas reserves in decline, the frantic search for new supplies in previously unexplored areas means some landowners may share in sales proceeds. This short ebook provides just enough detail that anyone not familiar with the industry can still gain a working knowledge of the process.
A cold rain falling over New Orleans; endings that haven't been written just yet; doorways that are open to everyone; very real fairy tales; on writing your own rules; what stands between existence and oblivion; we all have our tattoos; when we fly into the sun; what love is, according to a child; patiently waiting on our ghosts; please don't stand in front of the only way out; we may be drowning in a little too much information; and when it's time to go home... That's just a small sampling of what's explored in 30 very readable, thoughtful new poems.
Summer with its oppressive heat and stifling humidity has yet to arrive in Dallas, Texas. Nevertheless, things are heating up for one promising couple and their young daughter; all of whom are highly visible in the public arena. Liz Carstens and her daughter Cass are feeling lonely and neglected by Damon. They seem little more than footnotes to Damon's busy life in service to others as a local minister. But Liz will soon discover the real reasons for their deep feelings of unease. These hard realities will involve far more sinister elements of society than she can imagine.
I Wonder... I Wonder is a child's first book about the simple joy of discovery. Listen to it with your children or grandchildren and exercise their natural curiosity and imagination. The light verse can be easily recalled, even by the youngest child. This one should prove to be an old favorite.
"A tender, lovely audiobook"
What do love, hummingbirds and hope trees have in common? This short treatise guides the thoughtful listener through a brief consideration of some of the larger questions of life. Through a series of five concise articles, as well as a number of quips and quotes written by the author, the listener is encouraged to begin to think about some of the more puzzling aspects of life. Listen to it and relax. Granted, what really matters to us may be much more than love, hummingbirds and hope trees...whatever hope trees may be.
Beautifully and thoughtfully written, you may never see life, experience love or think about death in quite the same way after having heard slow dance with the wind. Of writing, the late author Gary Provost said, "Writing is not a visual art. It is a symphony, not an oil painting. It is the shattering; not the glass... it is the ringing; not the bell."