- Grief, Loss, Healing – a step
- Statues, Honor, and Back Roads
- A Short Course in War — working
- Racism Wrapped in Elitism
- Growing Among the Stones . . .
- It’s A Conspiracy . . . theoretically speaking!
- BEes WASPS and GOD
- SEEDS . . . planting in the hard times
- Diversity . . . how do I feel about our mixed world?
- It leaves me wondering . . . a heart prayer
Author Archives: Jeanne
thoughts—ThursdayApril 2, 2020 throughTuesday – May 26, 2020,August 11, 2020Jeanne Hicks-Barnett The last two afternoons I have gone out to mom’s house and done some cleaning to get it ready for Marcus and I to move in—we want to try … Continue reading
Today—STATUES seem to be a major topic of conversation and, to me, it seems like a bit of a distraction from what we really need to be discussing . . . back roads! BACK ROADS are woven all through our … Continue reading
working on this one
Your childhood memories and mine may reflect some of the same experiences and thoughts that need to be reviewed for seeds of “racism.” Most would expect a child to be oblivious to the underlying racism of maintaining the “separate but … Continue reading
this seems to be at the heart of many social media posts and I think we need to really talk about it . . . THROWING STONES AT PEOPLE is effective at keeping our attention off of important issues and … Continue reading
THIS IS JUST A BEGINNING OF MY THOUGHTS … I am currently working on this one and will add to it as I work through my “investigative process” or delete it in despair if I cannot share any “reasonable” insights … Continue reading
This quote from the play Hamlet, “To be, or not to be? That is the question—” this led me to a different question that seems very important to me especially in this time when there is so much chaos, so … Continue reading
Back in the “old days,” many folks grew their own food.Small backyard gardens, small family farms on a couple of acres . . .neighbors shared when the crops were good and during the times of theseason when there was an … Continue reading
Today there is SO much DIVERSITY – every way I turn, I am confronted through daily interactions with people highlighting “differences” in cultures, philosophies, politics, religion, language, food . . . everything! I started wondering how the early followers of … Continue reading