Female , 46-50

Last Seen Jan 6, 2013
Member Since Oct 20, 2009
Favorite Quote Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.
  • a little Irish
  • and a little Native American (Creek Indian)
  • and a little Portuguese
Vices Metal Detecting, hiking, gardening, Tai Chi, Yoga.
Politics Moderate
Horoscope Taurus
Special day
Local Time May 25th, 4:32 AM

I Want To Raise Ducks And Chickens In My Yard For Food

I'm A Beginner At Raising Ducks. My ducks will arive by airmail around May 10th. I am starting with ten until I have more hands on experience. I have studied hard and even visited two duck farmers. After much research I decided to... [more]
  • I Am a Demon Hunter

    A Dream Of Vampires. For years I have done dream interpretations. It is rare that I am stumped to find an answer to them. However, night before last I had a dream that not even I can figure out. Usually this means that th… [more]
  • I Am a Demon Hunter

    Hello, I'm New To The Group. Hi there. I'm just introducing myself. I'm a female and in my 40's. I have past occult experience from being raised in a place of heavily practiced magic. I myself was raised as a Christain and raise… [more]
  • I Am Christian

    Do You Believe All Illness Is From Sin? Let me make that more plain. Do you believe that a person gets sick because of their own sin?  I never blame the person that is ill for their own sickness. I do not believe that and I get sick just t… [more]
  • I Never Felt Like I Belonged

    I Was And Am Different. As a child I was very small. I developed slowly and was even slow in school. Looking back now I wish my parents had seen that perhaps they started me in school to early. I was picked on until I got t… [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    I don't like my neighbor.
    God says to love your neighbor. Well I pray a lot about one of mine. I can't stand people who munipulate meddle and lie. This woman likes to stir up people lives and I try very hard to handle being stuck living next to her. Her energy is muddy, dark, hate based and quite frankly a downer. And when you try to avoid her its even worse. So I confess I don't like her. But God and I are working on it.… [more]
  • Funny Confessions

    I'm a beader but,
    I'm a beader. I make natural stone jewelry and other things. Lately my problem has been that I'm not getting anything finished. I find I enjoy organizing the beads more than finishing the jewelry. To bad theres no job organizing beads. I would be the supervisor I'm so go at it. Manager over bead organization. "Bead Organization Supervisior." Yeah,,,, that sounds good. lol… [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    Do tell me I can't.
    So there are some cliffs on the side of the stream on my land. I have found arborglyphs on the tress below them indicating to look up high. The symbols were often used by Natives, the Spanish explorers, during the Civil War and even land owners before me. The letter H is often used to tell someone to look up high. So I have been planning a trip over the hill to get to the cliffs for a while now. Of course I would not go out and stand on the cliffs because they are slate and limstone and could fall easily. Plus I'm waiting for someone to say they will go with me.Today my neighbor decided to go but I was to tired today to make a climb. When he returned he said I would never be able to do it. T… [more]
  • Other Confessions

    I am not a gamer or a texter.
    I confess I am not a gamer. So when people use words and terms from games, I am lost. Sometimes I feel as if I'm expected to know these things when I really find no pleasure in games. (no offense to those who do) I'm in my late 40's and have to much to do to learn such things. I'm an outdoors type person so while some of you are gaming I'm planting fruit trees. So I hope people will consider that when talking to me here. I also confess I do not text. I may or may not learn this in the future. But when someone writes me please use whole words. Thank you for you kindness in reading this and I hope you all understand.… [more]
  • Mesmerized

    Posted on: January 17th, 2012 at 7:47PM

    Anna leaned against the railed porch while looking out over the valley, waiting for morning. Coffee in hand dark and sweet. Just the way she liked it. The sun was just coming up over the mountain and she was glad she woke up early enough to watch it. She knew the higher it gets, the more the light spreads across the valley. Bringing with it tiny prisms bouncing off of every blade of grass. But it moves quickly so you have to time it perfectly. It was something that she thought every human being should see. Something she would share if she could.There was something both calming and exciting about. The way it mesmerizes ones vision, it could capture and hold anyone's attention. She sat in her … [more]


  • Home.

    Posted on: January 17th, 2012 at 7:50PM

    I dip my hands into the stream. The same water my ancestors drank from. I can feel their spirits in the breeze here. They come to comfort me. They know every where I've been. And they waited for me to come. To settle here in this beautiful place. The red oaks and pines sway in the sky above my head. As I skip a slate rock across the creek. The beavers all splash and swim away into there dam. Its been this way forever. In the hands of my family for 120 years. And now I realize, I was never more at home than I am in this moment. Sitting by the creek in an old swing. Writing in this red velvet journal. No more hectic paces. No more loud noise. Just a trains echos every now and then, mixed with … [more]


  • The survival instinct.

    Posted on: January 17th, 2012 at 7:52PM

    Hard times can bring us to our knees. Can rip through us like glass blowing in the wind. Can up-root and split families. Can destroy friendships, and even make us aware of something we may often miss. Something that lies inside. A great little thing called "The survival instinct". Something that can kicks in at just the right moment. Perhaps in the form of a turning point. A point where reality begins to change and we point ourselves in another direction. Away from the bad effects of tragedy. Something says in a loud voice from within us,,,, "No more"!!!!!!!! And we are turned to more positive thoughts. Sometimes even in a flash. I suppose it could happen more slowly than all that. Yet,I … [more]


  • Divorce abuse and the church.

    Posted on: January 17th, 2012 at 3:27PM

    Abuse in its different manifestations is the most destructive tool that can be used by anyone against another person. It is designed to distort a person’s view of reality and of God, thus keeping that person from having a fruitful life. When there is abuse going on in a relationship, it’s time to separate. It doesn’t matter how holy or good the person seems who is doing the violating. There are different types of abuse and they are all designed for one thing and one thing only, DESTRUCTION! They come from evil and produce evil. They are not of God in any way but rather a part of this sinful world. Everyone, no matter there beliefs is entitled to be safe from abuse. God has provided a right t… [more]