When faced with life's challenges,
it is Important to Remember
that although Daniel was saved from the lions,
he was not saved from the Lion's Den.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Five Minute Friday - She

On Fridays a bunch of us gather together over at Lisa Jo's place to write about a single prompt.  We spend five delicious minutes just writing.  Won't you come over and join us?  

1. Write for 5 minutes flat for pure unedited love of the written word. (On your blog or in the comments).
2. Link back over at Lisa Jo's and invite others to join in.
3. Go leave some comment props for the five minute artist who linked up before you.
It’s a great way to catch your breath at the end of a long week.



She is small, dark hair covering her head.  She is wiggly with blond curls.  She is tanned with brown flyaway hair.  She is mighty with strength in voice and in adversity. She is tall in stature and beauty.  She is everything I have ever dreamed to be.  She is the forgiveness of my mistakes, a combination of my strengths.  She is the person that I love, more that life itself.  
In my life, I have many She's.  I have 7 wonderful girls and 7 wonderful grand-daughters.  So much love spread into so many people.  So much of what I believe in and admire.  So much of what I always wanted to be.  Yet, every single one, different in her own way.  Strong and sure and mighty and brave.  So different from their mother and grand-mother.  
These beautiful girls keep me strong and focused.  They remind me of those things that are most important in my life.  They are my past, my present and my future all in different bundles.  I remember each as a little child.  And I have watched so many growing and learning and loving.  
Their personalities are different, but they love much the same;  unconditionally and without guile. They are amazing.  They are my greatest joys.  They are my loves and my life.  
They are all my example of SHE.  


Now it is your turn.  What can you write in just five minutes? Don't forget to join us over at Lisa Jo's and share your own story!


  1. A lovely post; I have feelings just like this for my daughters and granddaughters. I have to remember that we are part of who they are. Hugs on this one!

  2. This is a sweet post. I wrote mine about my oldest daughter. Isn't it amazing that our heart can grow to fit so many? There's always room for one more; we don't run out of space, with no room to love another.

    Have a great week!

  3. 7 girls! Wow, that's wonderful. Beautiful post and so nice to discover your blog. Thanks for stopping by to say hello.