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LOVE'S REWARD, Ralph E. Mulford November 20, 1927 - August 9, 2017 AUGUST BLOG

LOVE'S REWARD, Ralph E. Mulford November 20, 1927 - August 9, 2017 AUGUST BLOG

My favorite photo of Daddy and me taken in the 90's My sweet Daddy passed away Wednesday August 9th 2017. He went peacefully with no trauma. The Lord chose to take him one day before my flight home to Los Angeles. Daddy knew it was to be my last day. He told me how happy he was that I had come to visit and our last words to one another were "I love you", accompanied by our traditional good night kiss. I had a full two weeks to say everything I needed to say and we had a wonderful time together. I'm thankful he went no sooner and no later. He was ready to go. I had asked him if he was and he said yes, but that it was up to God. The timing was perfect and God's hands were all over the entire experience. The day before Daddy died he rallied[read full post]
"BE THE BRIDGE" WEST SIDE LOS ANGELES

"BE THE BRIDGE" WEST SIDE LOS ANGELES

In February of this year I attended a Christian women's IF GATHERING conference at my church.  I learned of a group called BE THE BRIDGE  This group has a mission for racial unity and a bridging of the great divide that comes from lack of relationship and understanding between the varying races and their cultures.  I have always longed for more diverse friendships in my primarily white world.  I crave peace and brotherhood in our common humanity.  My Christian brothers and sisters understand we are all one in our faith, no matter our skin color or family of origin.  We embrace our differences and cultural diversity as God’s unique artistry. His crayon box and array of sculpting tools is mightily full. I've written blogs on the subject and was moved  to lead a group myself.  We want to be examples of peace and reconciliation not just in heaven, but here now[read full post]
"MY SOLE SOUL ID"  JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017 BLOG

"MY SOLE SOUL ID" JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017 BLOG

January/February 2017  Blog Snapshot roles lived and played 1956-2016 My husband and I wearily arrived home from our post Christmas vacation last month.  After tucking away the last of my packed items, I climbed into bed with the satisfaction of an organized life and a new day ahead.  My eyes flashed open.  I had left my IPAD on the plane!  I could see my hand neatly tucking it into the seat pocket in my typical nesting fashion.  What had I done? 48 hours of high anxiety passed as I contacted the airlines, learned about locking apple devices, changed every pertinent password I could think of, and agonized over the message flashing on my computer that someone was attempting to use my Apple ID. Bottom line I was freaking out because some unscrupulous person was trying to steal my identity and I had allowed them in the door.  It wasn’t fun. The next night we watched[read full post]
MY SCREENPLAY PERCEPTIONS CHOSEN OFFICIAL SELECTION FAITH AND FAMILY SCRIPT SHOWCASE

MY SCREENPLAY PERCEPTIONS CHOSEN OFFICIAL SELECTION FAITH AND FAMILY SCRIPT SHOWCASE

My screenplay PERCEPTIONS has now garnered 4 awards placing in 4 different screenplay contests! I am pleased to announce my most recent honor via Film Freeway and The Faith and Family Script Showcase  Click on this LINK to see my logline and bio on their site! I am gaining recognition in the hope of production and the realization of my story onscreen.[read full post]
"LIFE'S MAGIC"  DECEMBER 21ST, 2016 BLOG

"LIFE'S MAGIC" DECEMBER 21ST, 2016 BLOG

December 21st, 2016 Blog Christmas in the 60's with our "walking doll" gifts from Dis and Rudolph. I love the Christmas season. I am one of those people who starts the holiday music On Dec 1st with no going back until New Year’s day. Nat King Cole, Harry Belafonte, and Andy Williams, fill both car and home while visions of Jimmy Durante’s “Frosty” dance a jig in my merry head. I am a child of the 60’s when life was a lot simpler and seemingly sweeter. Christmas was a time of great joy and warming anticipation. The worries of the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Cold War, or our parent’s grown up troubles slowly melted away with each forming icicle and frozen windowpane. Every year my great Aunt Izola, known to us as “Dis”, would arrive with my Uncle Rudolph laden with enormous bags from Thalhimers. My sister, and brother, and I found it difficult[read full post]

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