Blog Posts — foster child

Poems written in 2018 & 2019-spirituality-intuitive guidance from deep within

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The answer was and is patience. Keep close to my heart and keep writing and sharing. Every time I post a poem and someone says they can relate it makes me feel worth the pain the creation of that writing brought.

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Wonderment (a poem of nostalgia)-Connected to Source a journey of experience-pgs.62-63

Posted by Tina Thurston on

  Thirty three times is the last number I recall when counting how many times I have moved.  I'm not sure what year I counted, if it includes the house I currently call home in central Texas.  I don't care to look backwards and add the number up anymore so I'm going to stay with 33.   I have a stack of journals about knee high that have managed to make it with me through all those moves.  I have journals that I know ended up in a land fill as when I went to retrieve them from a prior room...

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The reality of a child in foster care, some of my story.

Posted by Tina Thurston on

"Well at least you're pretty Tina, I don't worry so much about you." said my social worker to the eleven-year-old me.  Had she said this to me seven years later I may have grasped the message once I realized the importance society places on attractive people.

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Why a gargoyle in my children's book?

Posted by Tina Thurston on

Are you curious why a grumpy looking gargoyle would be part of a children's book story of hope? Read this blog for the answer to this question and the origin of Rose Marie Lynns name.

 

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