People often wonder and ask me what it’s like, moving across the country, leaving my friends and family behind, leaving my Funny Little House, and so on. The truth is, there isn’t really a trick to it. You just go. You just pack up your stuff – it truly is just stuff. And you leave your favorite Funny Little House –… Read More
Part III of Follet’s Kingsbridge Trilogy, A Column of Fire, is just as fascinating as his others. I can’t believe I’ve never mentioned before the wonderful historical fiction writing of Ken Follet. I have read the Century Trilogy, which includes Fall of Giants, Winter of the World, and Edge of Eternity. Equally as engaging is the Kingsbridge Trilogy, which includes Pillars of the Earth, World Without… Read More
Motherhood… Career… Can you have both? Do you want both? Let’s talk about choices today. What do you want your life path choice to look like? What are the options? What should be considered? And maybe I’ll just step up onto the soapbox for a hot minute…
This post was first published in August 2016. A prayer for students. Recently I sent Favorite Baby off to a different state for the next step in his educational plan. I speak to him frequently, but even so, I find my thoughts wandering and wondering what he is up to? And the prayer still applies.
Last week a very special woman I know left this Earth for heaven at the ripe old age of 91. She was one of those women who exuded joy every time she smiled. Everyone who knew her was blessed by her joy, her wit, and her intelligence. 91 years What an amazing life she must have had.
Often times I find myself stuck. I feel stuck in a project, stuck in a book, stuck in a rut, stuck in an emotion, or just plain stuck. There are heaps of people out there encouraging us to “Just do it.” (Nike) “Just Start” (Jon Acuff) Your local pastor, counselor, teacher. Even your friends and family. But the truth is, it’s… Read More