Monthly Archives: January 2020

Post Cards


As you may know I have been raising funds for the Royal Council Foundation in order to support less privileged children across the globe. The Foundation provides these children shelter, medical services, nourishment, and education in their home country. Donations are always welcome but here is a way you can support these children without access to their daily needs by buying a postcard.

Who buys postcards these days? Well you of course. Humans still desire that need for a handwritten gesture from a friend, colleague or family member. It says a lot when you see their writing that says come visit, it is fabulous to be done with that project, grandma has finished her cancer treatment and other greetings I am sure you have wanted to say.

This is your chance to aide two birds with a pen, thank a friend and support those in need, all the proceeds going to the Royal Council Foundation. Whether you buy the 4 of them together or a single one you will be bringing happiness and smiles to several faces. Thank you so much in advance for your donation purchase.

-Jennie Nawrocki

Thoughtful Post Cards

Send a thank you for completing a task or encourage to create one but either way we are here to stay and it want you here. This pack includes all 4 cards and postage.



Symbols of the past

Morph, nonexistent

Depleted at the core

Gyroscopes hold no vision

Briers don’t sting

Wars extinguished

Knowing the truth

We live calmly

With the realities

Encountered each day


Found your happy place tell someone about it. Price includes shipping.



Surrounded by barren land

Viewed as devastation to many

Amongst the decay and ruin

Comes perfection beheld

In the thought of the on looker

For each it is different

The images soaked in history

Or in what lies ahead

Though the feeling is the same

Ability to completely relax

Assured in their goals attained


Finished with a major project or completed medical treatment or mended a relationship send them a thank you that we are now at peace. Price includes shipping.



A city so calm

Relaxed is the atmosphere

Where you are from, doesn’t matter

Where you are going, need not worry

Stay and rest

Talk if you want or don’t

We don’t mind

Hunger or thirsty, we’ll quench that

There is plenty to eat, so rest your feet

Accept my hospitality, this is our home


A great way to invite someone to come visit and tell them you miss you.



Guru talks wellness of being

Monk silently shows compassion

Preachers give sermons of love

Philosophers question anger

Sage speaks wisdom

Scientists prove genetic bonds

Politicians have statements for the people

We all like happy endings

What’s the hold up, make it one

Donate today.

With love,

Jennie Nawrocki

Happy Ending

Have someone in your life that needs encouragement, I have it right here.


surprise no one


I can’t believe it

My future yesterday

Does not seem the same today

So long I wanted

Self sufficiency

I didn’t want

To be controlled

Now I am alone

And those

At the next table

Tell me


I am nothing


But what about

A husband

A house

A career

Then she sees

Herself in the future

The worst possible way

Sitting alone

In a restaurant

With a bad wig

Not imagining

Life as a old couple

But poor and alone

That ain’t a goal

It just sadness

I don’t even want

Nursing home aides

To care for me

alone leave me alone


Where do you want to retire?

Why does the security

Of the future

Through self-sufficiently

Seem so rewarding

There is no one there

No one


I need to re think this

-Jennie Nawrocki

Civil Rights


I was often criticized for telling others life can get better.

What you don’t like your life now?

I thought the world was ideal in the 50’s.

I was empty and believed in the middle class that the 50’s was famous for having embodied. Though I was reminded then the civil rights occurred and is still occurring.

Since I started writing those words life can be better.

We are having a resurge in civil rights for stopping




Anti religion


Anti disability

Animal abuse

All forms of harassment

Financial inequality

Inaccessible healthcare

Environmental disasters


I knew life could be improved,

Inside I was lonely but outside I knew there was unfortunately inequality that should not, cannot, and will not exist.

-Jennie Nawrocki