Today I visited a friend. I dropped my daughter off to ride horses and ambled through country roads under marshmallow studded cerulean skies. Pastures rolled across the landscape embellished with the white arches of raspberry tenting. One ribbon of road cut through apple orchards stretched out towards a quaint farm house. Crisp spring air blew … More Becoming Mary in a Martha World
A few weeks ago, I had a wonderful conversation with my eldest son. During the course of our discussion, he made two comments in relation to life and career: If you are unwilling to experience discomfort, you will not experience success. and It’s okay if I keep failing as a result of trying to grow. … More Failing to Grow
Last year one of my goals was to open a Twitter account. On December 31, 2011 I posted my first tweet. I don’t think I would have done that if I had only thought or even said to myself that I should start tweeting. I knew it was something that would help my writing … More How to Make Your Writing Goals SMART
Sometimes you just need an invitation… I may be an amateur, but my friend, Margaret Feinberg [www.margaretfeinberg.com], has a new book and 7-session Bible Study called Wonderstruck: Awaken to the Nearness of God[www.margaretfeinberg.com/wonderstruck](releasing Christmas Day)—a personal invitation for you to toss back the covers, climb out of bed, and drink in the fullness of life. … More Do You Wonder about God?
I thought it might be advantageous to fill in some of the gaps of our story with a few excerpts from the book in progress. Granted, changes may still occur, but at least you can have a taste of the finished work to come… Excerpt from The Miracle of Us: Confessions of Two Online Daters…. … More Filling in the Gaps