Tammy Rainey writes from small-town Mississippi and from the perspective of a unique life experience. Her interests and her work are diverse, ranging from the intersection of faith and public policy, to her long-distance love of, and blogging about, the Toronto Blue Jays.
In the course of life, it is often not the big events that define us, but the quite small moments that end up shaping who we are.
A boy is changed by a simple tradition that bound his widowed mother and the father no longer with them. A father comes close to losing his son and rethinks his own life. A prisoner finds hope in the face of hopelessness. Minor chords in the songs of life. 9473 words.