Happy Thanksgiving everyone! During the thanksgiving season I sometimes feel silly listing all the “things” I’m thankful for. Expressing gratitude for your gifts, blessings and successes is important. (So if you are doing this, keep doing it. I’m in no way trying to discourage you.) But I was thinking about the many people who … More That is enough…
Scout as a free-spirited, sassy young lady brought a smile to my face when I read the first chapter in Harper Lee’s, Go Set A Watchman. She’s just as vibrant in her adulthood as she was in childhood, maybe even more so. I plan to read the whole book. I’ve added it to my list. … More Thoughts on Go Set A Watchman
Have you ever made it through an entire day without complaining once? I can’t say that I have because most of the time I’m either too hot or too cold. The current novel I am working on explores this theme. As a result I have realized that a day full of nothing but positive … More Raining Words
Are you wondering what books to have your kids dig into this summer? Check out the American Library’s list of notable children’s books. I’m going to pick up a few of these for those occasional lazy Saturday mornings. http://www.ala.org/alsc/awardsgrants/notalists/ncb Chandler is loaded up with books from the library!
Let us start the new year on top of the mountain! Each day is filled with new mercies and forgiveness. You have within you all the creativity and intellect to start strong. Strap on your Velcro shoes, wrap yourself in your snow coat and beanie, look towards the horizon and walk forward. Each grace-filled … More Start on Top!