Tag Archive: D. I. Gray


Is prayer your source of solace?

A shining moment © Ellen wade Beals, 2017

Lately I have been thinking about prayers and the Higher Power. It’s a recurring subject for me. Have you ever been fortunate enough to have someone sincerely tell you, “I’ll keep you in my prayers” or “I’ll be praying for you.”? Has anyone ever suggested you should pray about a problem? Or, have you noticed …

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Looking back, looking forward


If you read my last post you know that Solace in So Many Words is one-year-old. I have been thinking of the highlights from the past year. But before I give that account let me tell you how great it was that last week started with congratulatory flowers, sent by neighbor and mentor Fran Podulka …

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December readings — don’t forget!

Hey there – We have two upcoming gigs in December and a newly announced gig in January at Wilmette Public Library.  Here are all the details! This Monday, December 5, at 7 pm at Evanston Public Library, Main branch, Community meeting room, Evanston writers Susan Spaeth Cherry, Joan Corwin, Carol Kanter,  Paula W. Peterson and …

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New reading events!

We have been busy planning new events.  Mark your calendars! On Monday, December 5 at 7 pm, Evanston contributors Joan Corwin, Paula W. Peterson, Carol Kanter, Pat Rahmann, and Susan Spaeth Cherry will be featured readers at Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Avenue, Evanston.  Joining them will be Pamela Miller, D. J. Lachance, Kathleene Donahoo, …

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