Abigail Spring

Abigail Spring was born c 1840 and died in 1917. She is my great great grandmother on my mother's mother's mother's side of the family. I believe she was trained as a master dress maker. She married Joseph Van Tilburg after the Civil War in 1868. They had 3 children, Harry, Ann, and Mary. Mary…

Phony Word of the Day

Phony She stared at the phone, waiting for a reply not knowing if one was coming now. The crowded bus swayed as dusk decended. Many of the people on the bus were commuting home after the days work. Some sat, some stood, almost everyone stared at their phones. The one waiting for a reply looked…


Photo by Efdal YILDIZ on Pexels.com Tis cold this morningJune 13, birds are singingLife is Beautiful!Moira Levant June 13 2019


amiss cluttershe dismissedthe feelings as bogousbliss?she kissedthe dog remissedlocus insideher abyss could she dismissbogousamid clutternot a bit kissedMoira Levant © June 5 2019

Reaching Out

Yeah, I'm down again - hatred, shootings, we miss the goodness in the world, people helping people isn't newsworthy it seems. Imagine if the mass shooting wasn't covered at all! Weary, sitting alone, unable to reach outbeauty in the day unseenpack animals need each otherbut there isn't anyone to be withalone, no joy in forced…


we have plans, and thenlife happens, and when we flowwonderful things arethere to see, and belife happens now, when we seeand experienceMoira Levant © May 30 2019


Photo by Ralph W. lambrecht on Pexels.com Twisting and turningdancing for joy, powerfulground devistationhumans huddled safein basements, bathrooms, shelterssounding like freight traindancing for joy andunaware of ant humanssound and a light showHow little we controlMoira Levant May 30 2019