What a great day it’s been. I am so appreciative of the fabulous article in the Madisonville Messenger, and thank you to everyone who came by to speak to me at today’s book signing and/or purchased a copy of Don’t Ask Me to Leave! It’s been a really fun journey and I’m so glad to have you […]
This is the third blog in the Add to Your Faith series. Read the rest of the series here. Love is a great buzzword, right? After all, God is love, or so we say. My husband and I are currently trying to plan a way to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of our marriage–a milestone brought to […]
As a mom of three youngsters, I spend a lot of time at the little league fields. I guess we’ve been playing ball for something like seven years now, although some nights it feels a lot longer. My husband and I help where we can, be it as “dugout mom/dad”, a base coach, et cetera. […]
This is the first in a series of blog posts about Christian virtues (a series I’m calling “Add to Your Faith”). In today’s post, I’d like to examine the word humility.
Facebook is littered this week with all sorts of things about Memorial Day–advertisements for Memorial Day sales, photos of people at Memorial Day barbecues, and scads of people wishing each other “Happy Memorial Day”–but the sad fact is that most of us can’t remember ever really knowing what Memorial Day meant (aside from the fact […]
One of the common motifs in Don’t Ask Me to Leave is food. Nadine loves to bake pastries and pies, and she’s an excellent cook. In fact, Beau and Rachel’s first “date” centers around homemade pizza and a movie. So, why all of the food “stuff”? Well, there’s a reason that we have the proverb “The […]