Leave Room for God

As I was pondering what to write about today (and praying about it too), I read today’s devotional and knew it was something I needed to share with you. It applies to life and writing both. 😉 “As servants of God, we must learn to make room for Him— to give God “elbow room.” We … More Leave Room for God

Let’s Review

Just less than an hour left until the new year! Can you believe it? And are you excited?!! For the last couple of days, I’ve been thinking about goals for next year, looking forward to starting a new devotional, and just today I set a new reading goal on Goodreads. But before the new year … More Let’s Review

Translation

I was just thinking about how I’m not a hugger. I don’t hate hugs, but I also don’t “get” them. It means much more to me for someone to make eye contact, smile, and ask me what I think about the message of The Wizard of Oz and if the book or the movie was … More Translation

He Knows My Name

I’m the third born (out of eight) in my family, but I’m a quintessential middle child. 😉 I like to tell people that the first time I introduced myself to a stranger was when I was fifteen. It could have happened before that, but this time was the first successful and not extremely mentally painful … More He Knows My Name

Hardwired for Hope

I skimmed the second book in a series the other day. The story was a fascinating concept and well-plotted with a rich cast of characters despite the negative content. Good enough to skim. Skip a few pages here and there. But when I closed the book, I discovered one more fatal flaw. There was no hope. … More Hardwired for Hope

Remember

I think one of my biggest problems is forgetfulness. I forget to put something away, do a chore, or say hello. Not that forgetfulness is unusual or that I’m especially prone to it. Forgetfulness causes big problems for me, especially when I forget something important. I was looking at my old blog the other day. … More Remember