I had planned to share some hot weather ideas with you today, but it’s been c-c-cold here this week and we couldn’t bear to wear our summer things. So it will wait until the weather gets warm, which I am not in any hurry for.
I’m in a post-turkey day fog. Between the amazing day we had on Thanksgiving with friends and Black Friday shopping at 5AM with my four daughters and Sara….I am beat!
Have I told you all that our oldest daughter Grace has written and published her first novel?
In my journey through Acts with my Bible Study Fellowship group, I’ve discovered and rediscovered many stories, incidents, and snippets of wisdom. So far, my favorite has been a little story of a man named Philip and an Ethiopian servant.
1) I don’t drink coffee.
I don’t know why. I just never did.
They say that you should follow dreams,
Abandon all else, them to seek,
And yet to me it always seems
That somehow this idea is weak.
A very dear friend of mine, the talented Aubrey Hansen, recently wrote and self-published her very first book — a Christian sci-fi novella entitled Red Rain. I’ve had the privilege of reading several versions of the book
I mean, they’re not like us. They’re strange and unusual creatures who are more interested in knives and hunting and explosions and Star Wars than really interesting things like tea and shopping and Jane Austen movies.
Have you ever played the video game Tetris? The game where there are seven different sized blocks falling, and you have to maneuver them so that they fit together, perfectly, and when you have a solid line it disappears?
I type happily away on my computer, engrossed in a scene of drama, betrayal, fear, doubt, and growing tension, all ready to swallow the character up in a maw of darkness, or give way in a moment of light. The climax approaches —