Space Boots and Foot Pain

October 18, 2016   Perhaps I should title this post—stupidity breeds absurdity, or something else that signifies how stubbornness can be either a strength or a weakness. I truly believe that part of my DNA includes the stubborn gene. Because . . . I tend to forge ahead in many areas long after I should,…

Publishing News

I’m really excited to reveal the cover and a bit of information about an upcoming anthology for which I am a contributing author. Abba’s Promise: 33 Stories of God’s Pledge to Provide, edited by Debra L. Butterfield, releases in paperback, November 2016. A peek at the back cover: From our smallest to our biggest need……

On Faith

Today I want to share with you this quote that I came across as I read the book Chase the Lion – Jill ** photo is compliments of Pixabay.com

The List of Ten Plus One

In an earlier post I talked about abstaining from TV for the month of July. If you missed that post, here’s a link to Royal Food & Techno Wavelengths. This post contains comments about the books I read during that month.   1. Home by Julie Andrews: Several years ago, my oldest daughter gifted me this book for my…

Chasing Dreams

Last year—shortly before we moved—I needed a diversion to the craziness of life, and decided to see what concerts were scheduled at the American Music Theater. Wynonna was in town, so I purchased a ticket to see her show. As I drove to the concert I chided myself for going. “I really should be at…

Royal Food & Techno Wavelengths

Sometime during the spring I began using Netflix, Amazon Prime, and the NBC and PBS apps to binge watch A LOT OF TV! Prison Break Endeavor Homefires Grantchester Mercy Street That Girl Columbo AGT, ANW, Spartan Races, Strong (Just to name a few) My binge watching continued through most of the month of June. But…