Posts Tagged ‘books’
5 Reasons Why You’ll Love “The Patsy Box”
Are you wondering if you will like The Patsy Box? Here are 5 reasons you will want to subscribe. 1) The Giggles Who doesn’t need a reason to laugh? Each box will give you something to smile about. 2) The Read I’m an avid reader and I want you to be too, so in every…Read More
It’s Spring! And the Feeder Is Full.
Why do I read… I read to have hope. I read to comfort my own heart that I am not the only quirky character on this spinning planet. God designed robins and sparrows but he also glittered the world with peacocks and gooney birds. (Whew) I read to grasp what I don’t know and what…Read More
March On, Darlings!
It’s March! You can say that again…not only are strong winds marching across the land but I confess January and February marched over my calendar before I could catch up. Those two months, the vestibule of the year, while they can feel draggy with grey days, have a way of suddenly high-stepping us right into…Read More
Hobbits, Clouds, and a Good Book
I think I might be a hobbit! I’m brief in stature, I love small habitats, and I tuck easily into corners. I would be easy to overlook if it weren’t for my color-wheel wardrobe and my red bandana. It’s become my hallmark and it accomplishes so many purposes: it not only tames cow licks…Read More
Wow! I just got into the rhythm of writing 2015. It feels like someone has their foot on the accelerator of my calendar. 2015 was a rip roaring year of conferences but also a year of severe health issues for my husband…which kept my heart on nervous tiptoes and me darting between airports, home, hospital,…Read More
Nesting makes me happy. I like having my people around me and my stuff. These days since my chicks have flown I feather my surroundings with books, IPad, paper, and pens. My read of the hour is, “To Love is Christ” by David Teems. David’s writing stuns me with it’s exquisite vitality. I appreciate the…Read More
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Who lights your creative kindling?
Different strokes for different folks! I personally light up with creativity under the tutelage of Ken Gires pen. His marriage of words, his poetic perspective, and his substantive heart stirs the scribe within me. Ken’s craftsmanship encourages me to be more congruent, relevant, and timeless in my writerly scratches. Randy Elrod’s approach to the beauty…Read More
I have too many books. I can’t believe I just said that…out loud. I’ve been an advocate of reading, libraries, and book clubs for 100 years. Well, close. And I didn’t think I could have too many tomes….but then we moved. When one must pack, carry, and unpack ones belongings one learns in a hurry…Read More