“I” is for Imagination

Often, the most intense forms of beauty rise from the ashes of tragedy. Such is the story of how a bombed-out church from the London Blitz ended up in my town in Missouri—restored, renewed, rehallowed. Her name is St. Mary, Aldermanbury, and she’s got quite a story to tell. . .  Read More
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3 thoughts on ““I” is for Imagination

  1. Patricia, you brought me to happy tear filled eyes & gave me a new hope for our country with this article. Thanks friend it is an inspiring piece. Love you, V

    Vickie Keeling-Wallace 573-823-3878 cell

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