#Grateful Day13 – grateful for God’s voice to lead me in choices.
Today I’ve been blessed with so many bithday wishes. The way I have celebrated my birthday for over 30 years now is to have a Birthday Person(s) to thank and honor as someone who has blessed my life. My birthday persons for 2017 are two of my first cousins. First cousins share your early childhood [read more…]
I am so grateful for the abundance God has poured out into my life. I look at all my “stuff” and I’m amazed. And the things I get to do are even more wonderful. I have books out with my name on them. Publishers pay me to write articles, stories, and plays. Me, the girl [read more…]
Day 3 of Gratitude Victory – I’m so thankful for the victories I’ve had in the past. From Max Lucado – “Victory becomes, dare we imagine, a way of life. Isn’t it time for you to change your mailing address from the wilderness to the promised land?” While reading Get Out of the Pit by [read more…]
Scanning my email this morning, I was about to delete those newsletters and daily items I don’t read while rushing to a full day. Then the title “What’s So Funny” took me by surprise. I realized that was my title, our wedding story and it was highlighted as the story of the day to their [read more…]
Which one is your favorite? And why? Thief of Glory by Sigmund Brouwer (WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group) Contemporary Romance/ A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert (WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group) Firewall by DiAnn Mills (Tyndale House Publishers) Undetected by Dee Henderson (Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group) Contemporary Series/ The Amish [read more…]
I am loving not being an editor! I’m enjoying writing and publishing books, Kindles, and this year I plan an audible book. It is a great deal of work, more so than writing and submitting to an editor. However I’m able to reuse so many things I’ve done in the past. An example of repurposing [read more…]
I hate birthdays with zeroes in them. They sound so real–decadeish. That’s really a good thing.Right? Another decade? I decided a long time a go to never grow up. So as I get older, I need to take heed to the words in scripture, “You must become as a little child…” This applies to birthdays [read more…]