Two books that I enjoyed enough to read all the way through, a number of weeks ago. Enjoyed is probably not the right word for a thriller dealing with destructive behavior but I think you know what I mean. I managed to write a synopsis of the first one but not the second, in spite … Continue reading Thriller and Historical Mystery
Send Down The Rain - Charles Martin Charles Martin's newest book. Life for Bobby and Joseph was never the same after their father left with another woman. Damage was so severe that it sent them on downward spirals, lasting decades. Their single mother did her best to provide for them, but the threat of draft was something beyond her control. It felt like an automatic death … Continue reading Send Down The Rain
This morning, just before waking up time, I dreamt I was going to a fancy restaurant, and just as I was seated, realized..... I forgot to bring my Kindle! This was truly a disaster. Panic sets in. How can I enjoy a fancy meal without him? I also thought this was pretty funny and I just had to … Continue reading My greatest nightmare
This is a short post to try out a new editor app. Not sure what difference it will make since this is not the device I normally use so I have nothing to compare with. Hmmm, I see now that I need to read some of the provided material to answer this question. Pays to … Continue reading Travelling
We have to let our walls down We have to let go of "what will people think" Perfection is not as important as passion We need to speak from our heart not our heads When we do that, we will write something people want to read.
Grandma’s Gallery – drawn at age 84 “People think I traced,” grandma said with a chuckle as she showed me her newest collection of artwork, “but I drew these myself.” ——– “I’m 84 years old and I can touch my toes.” As my grandma spoke these words, she chuckled and smiled wide. I knew it well… … Continue reading Grandma’s Smile — Bamboo Sketches
https://www.youtube.com/embed/38greleOBYM?version=3 This morning while waking up at an ungodly time after making the trip to see my sister in Las Vegas, I finally opened up my electronic devices only to find of one million messages. Out of the million or so messages that were awaiting me, I saw the flash to accept a new comment … Continue reading Post from – God is in your typewriter – Melissa Presser – inspiring
“Grandma had a minor stroke, but she’s recovering,” read the first message. She’ll get better, I thought. I know my grandma. “Grandma is having a hard time eating and speaking,” the next message read, “but she’s out of the critical period. Baby steps in forward motion.” She’ll get better, I thought. I know my grandma.… via … Continue reading my daughter-in-law’s sweet tribute to her grandmother, she will be missed
A new page has been added for non fiction books helpful on my journey. Also added on my profile is a link to a site I've followed for a number of years. Heart to Heart Counseling Center, with Doug Weiss Ph.D, it has been a major contributor to my healing journey and I want to share it for anyone … Continue reading New page added….. Relationships-Resources
A long, hermit like season of my life seems to be coming to an end. This is good news. A season unbearable in some ways, yet profoundly healing in others. It has been a painful time of honesty ending in a deepening relationship with the One who has travelled every step of life's journey with … Continue reading Moving on…… to a new season of life.