The Serenity of Love

Featured Author

Margo Hamilton


While working with at-risk kids decades ago, a young teen who was trying to survive the streets and raising a baby challenged Margo with three words that penetrated her heart: “Words are important.” It was then that her writing transitioned from aimless to deliberate. She’s written heartfelt truths from the well-known to the not-so-well-known with the belief that “everyone has a story that needs to be shared.”


Soulmates John and Emily (Bowers) Carpenter

Nearly 20 years ago, a traumatic event invaded the lives of Paula Bowers and her then 9-year-old daughter, Emily. Months following the tragedy, a mutual friend introduced Paula and Emily to me, knowing both needed horse therapy. Emily was instantly inflicted with...

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Lovin Devotion

Two FBI agents entered an elevator within their Indianapolis headquarters. She had heard about the tall, good-looking agent. There was no exaggeration regarding his looks, gregarious personality, and kindheartedness. He seemed to know everyone on the elevator except...

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The Bards’ Boundless Bond

At age 18, Genevieve Chandler Phipps became the second wife of Colorado Senator Lawrence Phipps in 1897. Details are shrouded regarding the cause of the Phipps’ annulment in 1904, and adding to the mystery is why then 25-year-old Genevieve purchased over 1,000...

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John Ellis’s Evergreen Life

John Ellis Sr. was an early Evergreen pioneer, magician, restauranteur and barkeep. He built his dream restaurant/bar with two attached back bedrooms to house his rapidly growing family. Then known as Magic Inn, it later became Bergen Park Inn, Whippletree, Cedar 65,...

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Moore Love

Prior to the Wall Street Journal recognizing Ann Moore as one of the nation’s most influential inventors, and before she met the love of her life, Mike, Ann treasured growing up on her family’s Ohio chicken farm where music and love created a cohesive lifestyle. “My...

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Seek Serenity

Enjoying a scenic drive down a private Evergreen lane, heavily ladened with twisted pines and treasured memories, I instantly recognize the man who gifted Evergreen with Serenity Magazine walking ahead. He arrived in Evergreen in 1977. I arrived in ’85. Our paths have...

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