Another Day to Smile

Writing is Hard

Writing is hard. I didn’t use to think so. When I wrote Anna’s Song, it flowed with ease. It was fun. I took nuggets while I wrote, planning ahead for

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Childhood Memories: Toys

This past year, my husband gifted me with a program that sends me a question every week. As those questions direct, I get to write out my memories or dreams.

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Dreams Do Come True

Dreams for the future.  There are the big dreams: my children loving and obeying the Lord, living long and healthy lives, having lots and lots of grandchildren who will then

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Got Water?

Do you ever have a moment when something you’ve read hundreds of times hits you with a new insight you can’t believe you missed before? I had one of those

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The Weighty Side of Forgiveness

Several weeks ago, our pastor preached about forgiveness. His words have lingered with me, mulling over and over in my mind. As with most people, I am well familiar with

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How to be a Writer

“The next time you kill me,” my five year old grandson’s words caught my attention, “make sure I’m under the ground so I will be buried, ok?” I turned to

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The Princess and the Stereo

Hello everyone! I hope you are all staying safe and healthy. I’ve been working on writing a revised fairy tale lately, so, as the mood is still with me, I

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Resisting Fear

‘Uncertain’ has never been my comfort zone. While I am generally easy going and flexible, I still like having a solid reference to hang on to.  I have been known

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