Archives for January 2012
What mattered to me was the impact it had on my reader. I am not selling you my book, I am sharing an incredible review that warmed my heart and reminded me again why I write.
Review on Amazon for one of the short stories:
I can’t explain why this short story by Sonia Rumzi has impacted me to the depth that it has. Perhaps it is because my spouse has died, and it presents a completely different perspective on what awaits us.
Whatever the reason, I am so very glad that I read this book. It has touched my heart – dare I say, my soul – and offered comfort – for which I sincerely thank the author.
Thank you whoever you are out there. I am honored and gratified.
She riseth also while it is yet night, and giveth meat to her household, and a portion to her maidens. Proverbs 31:15 King James Version
A woman is the crown glory of her husband. She makes him proud. She is not lazy. In all her ways she makes him profit. Never idle hands, she weaves, buys, sells and keeps things under control in her household.
What no one ever reminds you of, is that she had servants to do it all.
She never did it on her own like most women do nowadays.
Kudos to you women of today! You are woman! Hear you roar!
|From Hawaii Flowers|
See the lilies of the valleys
Dear Baba Rumcake,
I was admonished by a man in the tennis courts because my wonderful and very old dog Ruff peed on the net. I apologized for my dog’s mishap but he kept shouting at me. He even suggested I should come back with a towel to clean under the net. I was very upset with the encounter. I felt harassed and worried for my safety. I quickly exited the chain link fence and headed out.
How should I have dealt with this? How should I deal with it next time?
Concerned in Oahu
I’m even calling you dear much to my consternation and dismay.
You walked your dog, old as it may be, in a fenced tennis court. You let bowzer piss on the net? Naturally it dripped to the ground making a puddle.
Now you want to know what do next time?
How about being less of a cretin and not taking your dog into the fenced-in tennis courts where he pisses all over the place. Balls will roll into the acrid urine getting disgusting and nasty for others to handle.
Mishap? Mishap indeed but it is not the dog’s mishap. It is your own lack of discipline. You are the owner, the human, the accountable one. You are the one who put yourself in that unseemly position. Get a life! The world is not your toilet and not your dog’s either.
A poor excuse of a dog caretaker. A perfect example of irresponsibility. It is your own poor judgment and lack of social skills that placed you in that unseemly position.
Your fear of the man who confronted you comes from your inability to take responsibility for your behavior. If you want to know what to do next time, do not allow your dog in the courts. Not so hard. Not so difficult.
That should take care of your problem. If you had half a brain. Assuming you were not raised in a barn.