As with most transitions in life, inspiration begins as a tiny seed planted deep in the mind. I envision life-changes as a little fluttering butterfly swooping across a flower garden, gliding on the breeze on a warm summer day. Our life is a blossom dancing in the moment as the Holy Spirit orchestrates the music.
American Poet and Author, Lynda McKinney Lambert shares her poem, “Minotaur.” Voice Recording of the poet reading her Award Winning poem.
The driver laughed and said, “Now I know more about you than your husband does.” We laughed and agreed. This is the second time this month he had to fill out my personal health history at a doctor’s office. He now knows I had a breast reduction in my past; 3 pregnancies; first child born when I was nineteen years old, and that I am constantly constipated.